The problem I had was that the SSL VPN Virtual Passage was not working. Eventually these steps solved it for me: 1. Upgrade to latest firmware (I used 18.104.22.168 from this forum) 2. Make sure you have the SSL VPN Enabled under Firewall (defaults to Disabled after upgrade from 1.1.7) 3. Browse to the https://ip.of.the.router and login with a valid user 4. click the big lock. Now, at this point the software will try to install, unfortunately, this fails, time and again. The solution for me was this: 5. open terminal 6. enter pwd. something like this should return; /Users/yourusername remember yourusername (this might be different from your screen name) 7. sudo to root (sudo su -), enter your password. 8. nano /etc/sudoers 9. add this line: yourusernamehere ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL 10. save the file (CTRL+O (the letter oh) and press Enter 11. click the big lock (on the ssl vpn portal ofcourse) 12. vpn should install without any problems 13. now disable the sudoers line by inserting a hash in front, changing yourusernamehere ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL to #yourusernamehere ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL 14. save the file (CTRL+O, Enter) reconnecting now nags about 'update available', just ignore (click Cancel) and your connection should work fine. May this be of help to a lot of frustrated users And remember; the SSL VPN software doesn't work on Safari for mac, you will have to use Firefox.