Have you ever thought of getting in contact with your router manufacturers customer support? They would be the best people to get help from. If they don't have customer support I would think about throwing the router in the trash can and purchasing a relatively inexpensive router from a bigger and customer support oriented company. Calling customer support and spending a little time engaging in conversation can be much less time consuming in the long run as opposed to reading and trying to understand all the technical terminology in a manual. Configuring a router isn't rocket science but does require and strong understanding of the hardware itself and it's configuration utility. ----- Original Message ----- From: John Chambers Date: Wednesday, February 24, 2010 9:31 am Subject: [acc_tr_vsk] Hosts To: acc_tr_vsk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > > Hi All, > > As you know Rick is ill (Get well soon Rick) so cannot host, > Jiel and Mike host but hosting is not allways fun, I cannot > configure my router ( many have tried ) So is anyone else > willing and able to host? ps i can send courses and intros if needed. > > Cheers, John.