Well, look at this picture and let me know if it seems normal or not. The problem I have I notice especially when playing online games or Netflix. My connection just seems to "drop out" randomly. Last night for example I played Call of Duty for about an hour, and lost my connection 3 times during that span. Actually, this has happened since moving into the house 5 years ago, although some days are much worse than others. Last night was a bad night. Some nights I can play for hours and never loose the connection. The previous ISP (Embarq) told me nothing was wrong, and CenturyLink says the same. My brother has the same service as I do, but in another town (different backbones to the network I am sure) and he never has these issues. Basically, can anyone help me figure out what may be going on here? I am not going to do anything drastic to fix the issue due to having the house on the market, but if there is something simple I can do I will give it a shot. Maybe I even have settings configured incorrectly somewhere and it isn't a problem with the components or network. Maybe my router or modem need replacing. Ask any questions if you need more info about the issue or my network, I'll do my best to answer them. I have CenturyLink DSL internet service (even if the service didn't drop I wouldn't be a big fan), a Xyzel 660 DSL modem they supplied, my wifi router (I can't remember the brand, I'll have to look when I get home, although I think it says "Made by Cisco" on the bottom; its blue and black in color if that helps), then the devices that connect to it... XBox, PS3, computer, laptop, cell phones, whatever else. All are wireless, nothing is hard wired in, and doing that is not possible with the modem's current location.