I have a both a desktop and notebook PC in my home setup, and they're joined by a Netgear wireless router (WGR 614). My network is working as intended with the exception of logging into the Nortel Contivity Extranet Client that allows me to VPN into my work computer. Both of my computers are running XP home, and I have version 4.15 of the Nortel program. The Nortel client works fine on my laptop for either a wireless or ethernet connection, but won't connect on my desktop PC. It will, however, work on my desktop if I remove the router and go straight from the modem to the desktop. I've tried Port Forwarding on ports 500 and 1723 at the suggestion of Netgear Tech Support, and that actually worked for a little while a few weeks ago. Now, I can't "get back in" from my desktop and I'm not sure why. Talking again with Netgear Tech Support, they told me that it may be that the router will only support one tunnel connection from a single PC. I'm not trying to log in from both computers at the same time, just trying to be able to use the Nortel client from either of my machines. I can ping the Nortel IP address successfully from my desktop, just not connect. What Netgear Tech Support said seems to make sense as I've tried all the different tweaks and settings I can think of. If this is a limitation of this router, I can live with it as I'm more than satisfied with its performance in all other areas. If the router should allow me to do this, I figured someone here might have some insight. There is a newer version of the Nortel Client available, and I'll try grabbing it from work next week and see if that makes a difference. Thanks for any input.