Allan Sampson wrote:
If the iPhone is causing the router to reboot after leaving the range of the wireless network or after disconnecting from the network which I haven't heard of and doubt is the cause, but if so the problem lies with the router regardless.
How come other wireless devices do not have this problem like desktops, Palm devices, and MacBooks when turned off and/or moved far outside?
IT is still the router's problem.
Routers are not expensive. Get a new one.
Or, I think the WRT54 model routers can be re-flashed with the 'Tomato' or the 'dd-wrt' firmware.
Or you could chech if Cisco has its own firmware update for your router.
I did mention I was "using the latest stock firmware". I will see if a third party firmware will help even though it is tricky and easy to brick the router.