With no changes in a longstanding setup (which includes broadcasting the SSID), the wireless connection on my Actiontec router suddenly went flaky. Basically, it would not appear as an available connection on devices trying to connect wirelessly. A hard reset of the router worked for a couple of days, but it happened a second time and the hard reset didn't work. Completely unplugging the router for 10 or so minutes did work the second time, but only for a short while before the connection disappeared again from the list of available wireless connections. While all of this was happening everything seemed hunky dory on the router's management pages on 192.168.1.1. Now the going got weird. When I had set up this router ages ago I changed the SSID name to "enterprise." I called tech support and very quickly they decided to send a replacement, which arrived the next day (kudos, Verizon). The new router works fine, but when I try to change its SSID to "enterprise" the wireless connection on the new router disappeared completely from devices looking for available wireless connections! I did a hard reset and everything is fine, and I went ahead and reconnected all of the household's wireless devices using the new SSID and WPA2 key (ugh - that's what I was trying to avoid ). I waited through a few refreshes of the list of available wireless connections on an iPad and a laptop, but "enterprise" never showed up. Did I not wait long enough or is something else going on? I wasn't expecting the replacement to arrive so quickly, so in the meantime I ordered a Trendnet WAP that has been mentioned in FIOS forum over on dslreports. I'm tempted to hook it up and rename the SSID to "enterprise" to see what happens.