Can the RV016 (or RV042 or RV082) bind a particular port, IP, or protocal to a specific WAN port. The manual doesn't specifically mention any of these features. But when does a linksys manual explain EVERYTHING. This seems to be the only major feature missing from these products (at least in the manual). I wish I could log on to any of the three and just look over the interface for real. Anyone wanna help me . I'm in charge of getting 60 people on the internet in September without (@*#ing up. In the case that a program uses serveral ports or connects to multiple servers, I want to be sure I can make it work somehow if the application requires all traffic/connections to come from the same WAN connection or source public IP address. Was there an early problem with these products with SMTP? Did I read that somewhere? ... wasn't there a workaround. Also, anyone know the maximum number of NAT sessions these guys can handle. Or the amount of DRAM they have? It's great when people get viruses or adware that generate about 3000 connections. I don't want that to freeze the interconnection on account of a full NAT table. Also, has anyone considered modifying firmware for these products. The RV016 seems ridiculously powerful (as well as the RV042 and RV082) and a few mods could take it to that next level. If I had the knowledge and time, I'd do it myself. My networking skills are at the administrator level, not the engineer. I do have strong knowledge of C++, and understand basics on packets and socket communication if that means anything. I'm looking to buy the linksys RV016 as I need a multi wan router that can do more than 2 connections and I prefer a big name, linksys, rather than the only other multi wan routers supporting more than 2 WAN's, Edimax. However, edimax explicitly supports these features in their products. In any case, linksys should realize that the consumers interested in this line of products are going to be more interested in details, advanced features, and not being babied. 'nough said. Anyone have an answer to this question? ps. The linksys techs don't know these answers and/or can't speak english well enough to understand me and generate a response.