SBC DSL, Windows XP Home with Service Pack 2, Linksys WRT54GS v1.1 wireless router with SpeedBooster
I am in an office with a few Windows XP PCs with wireless cards talking to a wireless Linksys connected to an SBC modem. The connection from the PCs to the Linksys keeps dropping and will not reconnect again, even if you reboot. Certain PCs at certain times of the day talk to the Linksys and other don't. It seems to be random as to which PC can talk to the Linksys at a certain time. It isn't signal strength since this happens on a PC one foot from the Linksys and all the signal strengths come in as Excellent.
It also isn't a DHCP problem with the Linksys and the SBC modem since if I connect a wire to the back of the Linksys it always works.
It isn't the cards in the PCs because it fails using both the PCI wireless cards in the PCs and a laptop with a wireless PCMCIA card.
I also think it isn't collision with another wireless device in the building since there is only one other wireless device and it is on a different channel (it is on channel 10 and I'm on 1).
I've tried changing the channel and turning off WEP and that didn't have any effect. Also, I ran Network Stumbler and got the following numbers:
Chan Speed Vendor Type Enc Signal+ Noise- SNR+1 54Mbps (Fake) AP WEP -40 -100 60
Do these numbers look OK?
Thanks for any help. Scott