belkin F5D7632-4 playing up

  djisgod 23:25 22 Apr 06
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i have a belkin 54g wirless router and when ever i play counterstrike my connection becomes unresponsive i looked in the security log and heres this
Apr 22 13:27:19 2006 Outbound Traffic Blocked - NAT out failed UDP 192.168.2.2:1050->4.2.2.1:53 on ppp1
Apr 22 13:27:19 2006 Firewall Error Firewall internal NAT Error : connection pool is full. No connection created
Apr 22 13:27:18 2006 Outbound Traffic Blocked - NAT out failed UDP 192.168.2.2:1050->4.2.2.1:53 on ppp1
Apr 22 13:27:18 2006 Firewall Error Firewall internal NAT Error : connection pool is full. No connection created
Apr 22 13:27:18 2006 Outbound Traffic Blocked - NAT out failed TCP 192.168.2.2:1739->68.142.228.136:80 on ppp1
Apr 22 13:27:18 2006 Firewall Error Firewall internal NAT Error : connection pool is full. No connection created
Apr 22 13:27:18 2006 Outbound Traffic Blocked - NAT out failed TCP 192.168.2.2:1739->68.142.228.136:80 on ppp1
Apr 22 13:27:18 2006 Firewall Error Firewall internal NAT Error : connection pool is full. No connection created
Apr 22 13:27:17 2006 Outbound Traffic Blocked - NAT out failed TCP 192.168.2.2:1739->68.142.228.136:80 on ppp1


after this happens even if i stop playing the game my browser is sluggish or wont load pages at all
some one told me to try turning the nat of via telnet and i did this but then my network stoped working altogether lol
any help would be much apreciated

  djisgod 23:28 22 Apr 06

i contacted belkin support they passed me to some guy who told me to update firmware 90 times so i gave up lol

  Aargh 11:08 23 Apr 06

I run the same router and have not seen this error. If I were you, I would go into your router set up page at click here
and then save/backup your current settings.

I would then reset the router to factory default settings, and install your basic internet connection settings onto the router without adding any additional features. I would the try to connect to your game server and see what happens.

If you connect, try to modify your router settings bit by bit until the problem reoccurs.
I'm not certain what the codes refer to in your error, it is possible your internal (router) firewall is corrupted somehow.

You can also try the basic router settings with your firewall software disabled - put your PC in the list in the DMZ settings on your router setup page.

  djisgod 11:41 23 Apr 06

i have done this already
i have also wired router to comp and this works fine so the wifi is def part of the prob.
even with dmz on and the firewll disabled i still have the prob

  djisgod 13:01 25 Apr 06

have just been on phone with belkin there support suks so bad best idea they had was to run adaware

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