Wireless Connection keeps dropping then Reconnecting

I have a linksys WRT54G with the version 23 of DD-WRT the laptops are running linksys wireless G cards ver2. The router uses WPA2 Pre-Shared Key, the algorithms are TKIP+AES. The connection will drop about every hour or so then reconnect and after about 6 hours or so it will drop the connection altogether but it can be reconnected without a problem.

I've been googling but I haven't been able to find anyone with the same problem.
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You could try changing the channel of ur wep to some others.
Overlapping channel from neighbours may cause interfearence too.
It is best to have 5 channels apart.

Furthermore, are there any cordless or wireless equipment working around the 2.4 ghz band?
Try disabling them.

Good luck


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Try setting your router to operate only in G mode, as well as the things already mentioned.
I would suggest increasing the DHCP lease time to like 1 week. Or just max time
adamshieldsAuthor Commented:
I extended the dhcp time, tried to run only in G mode (which I have several B clients) but still tried it, and tried adjusting the channels but none of these seemed to of helped the issue.
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