Tonight my sky box conked out, needing a reboot. After this my sky+ app refused to find it. I refreshed its network settings, and was a little surprised to find it was getting ips in the high 192.168.1.80s range. I only have 7 devices on the network, and 3 of them are not on all the time, so was surprised I was in the 80s range rather than the start of the dhcp range of 65. Of the devices only 2 should keep getting ips, my phone and my wifes as the others are either wired or never leave the house. Eventually rebooted router and all came back to normal, with ranges back in the 60s. My question is could the routing tables become corrupt or othrrwise on the tg582n. It had been on for over 20days with no reboot, or could it have just been the sky box network settings being screwed up even though it had been rebooted.