Hi all. I am on a BT Home Hub router (bastard thing) and am having some connection problems. To date I have: 1. Enabled static IP address. 2. Disabled Windows firewall 3. Correctly allowed Sup Comm on my McAffe firewall. 4. Port-forwarded ports 6112, 9103, 30350 and 30351. 5. Enabled my IP address as DMZ (kinda negates the need for port forwarding but did it anyway). So after all this I ran NATTRACE and get the following results: NAT test failed. Your router is correctly passing information to and from the internet, but is NAT translating the port numbers on outgoing UDP packets. When your computer sends a packet to a port number (eg 6112) on the server, it should come from that same port number on your own computer - this is not happening. View the report to see precisely which ports are being NATed. NATTrace report (v1.01) Tests: Test 1: SUCCESS - Connect to fixed IP success Test 2: SUCCESS - Check NATTrace version success Test 3: SUCCESS - Perform DNS lookup success Test 4: SUCCESS - Connect to named host success Test 5: SUCCESS - Direct TCP to fixed IP success Test 6: SUCCESS - Direct TCP (web) to named host success Test 7: SUCCESS - Direct TCP (6112) to named host success Test 8: SUCCESS - Direct UDP (6112) to fixed IP success Test 9: SUCCESS - Direct UDP (6112) to named host success Test 10: FAILED - NAT check, port 6112 NAT detected (Expected send on port 6112, went on port 60391 instead) Test 11: SUCCESS - Direct UDP (port 9103) success Test 12: FAILED - NAT check, port 9103 NAT detected (Expected send on port 9103, went on port 60392 instead) Test 13: SUCCESS - Direct UDP (port 30350) success Test 14: FAILED - NAT check, port 30350 NAT detected (Expected send on port 30350, went on port 60393 instead) Test 15: SUCCESS - Direct UDP (port 30351) success Test 16: FAILED - NAT check, port 30351 NAT detected (Expected send on port 30351, went on port 60394 instead) 4 tests failed For the life of me I cannot figure out where its going wrong. Any input would be greatly appreciated. Googling it seems there are quite a few suffering from this but have not found a definitive answer yet. Best regards, Coeus.