So I have a problem, as odd as it may sound. Every time I connect my Droid Eris to my home network, after a few minutes the network locks up. I can't access the router or anything on the network, no ethernet, wireless, nothing. The only fix is to unplug and plug in the router again from the power outlet, after I turn off the wireless on my phone. This "solution" is inconvenient as you can imagine. My network is controlled (routed) by a Motorola SBG900, I have a desktop XP machine that connects via a Linksys Wireless USB adapter, and a MacBook pro via Airport. My wife also has an iPod Touch that connects wirelessly. 3G is great, but when I want to use apps such as GMote, I must connect to my network, which then brings it all to a crashing halt after some time. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I have tried both static and dynamic IP addressing, I have tried changing channels, I have tried just about everything I can think of. My LAN uses the standard 192.168.x.x IP scheme. Oh, and one more thing I should mention: I have connect my Droid Eris to a friend's network who also happens to use a Motorola SBG900 as well, and I have not had any problems on his network. Weird.