Having just started with Sparks new Wireless Lan instead of copper line and wishing to use a Port Forward utility I find I am unable to access anything other than a password change in the router. I use a program called PlanePlotter which charts aircraft over the world and in my case NZ. With no port forwarding utility I cannot get or give raw data which is essential to be linked in to the PlanePlotter system. Is there any way I could access the router NAT facility to do Port Forwarding? Any ideas anyone?