Hardware: Linksys WRT54GS with Alchemy I have a dedicated machine that runs my peer2peer networking application (mldonkey, connecting to bitoerrent and edonkey2000 networks) . Problem: When downloading/waiting for multiple files, the line becomes 100% saturated even though I only use appr. 10% of my bandwidth. According to P2P resources, this is due to 100s of connections being opened from the P2P Client, and this satuates the NAT table on my Linksys, and also fills the connection tables. QUESTION: How many simultaneous connections does the Linksys w/Alchemy support? Will downgrading to Satori help? How do I control this flow in the Linksys box, so that the edonkey2000 program isn't allowed to steal too many connections or too many NAT table entries? I assume this is a fairly natural problem - anyone care to share their experiences?