I'm sorry. I am trying Dual-WAN again. The port forwarding is broken, it appears. PM me with your email? I'll send it quickly. Another couple of comments on Dual-WAN. 1) When maxxing out all outgoing bandwidth, instead of showing the total outgoing speed of each class in the pie charts, it seems to limit at the amount set in QOS. i.e. If the outgoing limit is 350k PER WAN, the pie chart shows 350k and not 700k. There really ought to be two columns, one for each WAN. 2) When under heavy load, free memory drops to under 500k (sometimes 1M is enough) all communication with the web GUI is lost, and it does not usually recover until rebooted. Telnet on the LAN still works. This was why I dumped it yesterday. The router is still functional, however, but very unpredictable in operation. 3) Under normal operation while load balancing the two WAN connections, with moderate to high traffic, CPU load often exceeds 1.0 When the CPU load is higher than about .3 the router is actually quite slow and ping time to my ISP gateway (normally around 21 to 30 mS) suffers badly. Around 1 and above it exceeds 100mS and up to 200mS. (IP traffic monitor was "OFF" ). Web pages open very slowly. That was why my users said the internet was crap yesterday. Example - my favorite test page opens in 15 seconds + - instead of the usual 4 or less. 4) The nocat splash page doesn't work here. Is this due to the lack of a default page or is it broken? My thoughts are that a) The CPU is not fast enough even at 250MHz and b) memory is insufficient. I don't think this is really useable - even on my two 5Mbps lines, it is too slow when operating at full speed. This is well before the memory drops so low as to cause problems, I believe. The top screenshot below was taken when the router had become unstable and the web GUI was inaccessible. The load average is shown as 0/0/0 - I pass on this. Maybe someone else will find this useful! EDIT: After 2 more trials on a busy network, both of which resulted in router failure, I am probably giving up on this firmware, it's just not really useable here.