Mary and all,
Jeff and everyone,
Your post reminds me of trouble I had with a router that wasn't set up correctly; I had one that wouldn't allow me to use port 23, which I needed for Telnet to access my employer's Intranet so I could work from home via telnet 3270 to get to the office main frames. I struggled with that router and finally got so frustrated I went back to my preferred brand, which is Netopia. I love the Netopia 3346 and previous to that, the 3546. The 3346 has a hardware firewall and great security features and is easy to set up. The one I had an awful time with was a D-Link. It kept setting things back to the default and one time I couldn't get into its web site to reset some things. I think I finally ditched it in frustration.
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