My desktop PC is plugged in to a Linksys 310N, and there's a Linksys 320N in the next room as the house access point. Both are running DD-WRT. The 310N reports Wireless signal strength around 40%.
Every now and then, I lose my connection entirely, for a few seconds. I've confirmed that it's the bridge by telnetting to the 310N and pinging the 320N. The telnet continues to work, but the ping does not.
When this happens, my wireless mouse also flakes out, getting very choppy for a few seconds. I was thinking interference. But we don't own a microwave oven or a cordless house phone. We're in a house, not an apartment, so I'd think their emissions would be weak by the time they reach me.
How can I diagnose this issue?