I have many wireless routers from lots of different companies in lots of different client sites. Keeping up-to-date with all thier various configurations is getting to be a pain. The vendors (e.g., Linksys, Netgear, Motorola) provide internal web servers for interactive configuration, and they usually provide same say to save a backup of the configuration which can be reloaded in an emergency...but, that's not enough. I want a printed copy of the configuration I can keep in each client's network reference manual, in the event we need to change something. Temporarily, I'm using a "web site downloader (Teleport Pro) to create a "mirror" website on my laptop, then take that back to the office so I can save it. That gives me the ability to read the last-recorded configuration information on my local computer. Teleport Pro won't print the website pages, and the competing products really do a lousy job of downloading, even though they promise to allow printing. Unfortunately, even if you can get it downloaded, the printing really, really sucks. I've tried WebWhacker, WebCopier (& Pro) and SurfOffline. Has anyone figured out a way to print the relevant pages from the HTTP server of routers, for documentation of the configuration?