My current solution has been to take out the power plug of my router for 30 seconds and plug it back in (this usually works with the computers and laptops, but not the ps3). I feel that there is a better solution, but I do not know what it is. Plus, I feel that plugging the cord in and out will ruin the router.
Here is my network info:
Modem - Arris modem model TM602G (provided by Comcast - my internet provider)
Router - Linksys Wireless G Broadband Router w/ 4 port switch, Model WRT54 G. The only ethernet ports being used are the ones connecting my modem to router and ps3 to the router (I thought this would help my ps3 because its the system that has connection issues the most).
Asus Laptop with Windows 7
HP Laptop with Windows 7
Desktop with Windows Vista
Asus EeePC Netbok (used occasionally when I do not want to lug around my other laptop)
If you need any more info, please let me know, I really want to solve this issue. Thanks!!