I just bought a Belkin N router (a F5D8236), and I've finally been able to get it to work, but every time I try and set a password on the router itself, it seems to save the wrong one! I've tried several times now (v-e-r-y carefully, checking the capslock key), and the same thing happens. Once I've entered the password and the router resets, I can't login again without reverting to factory settings. If I can't fix this, I might just set the router up as I need it, then set the password - if I can't get into it, then neither can any hackers! The whole process has been a pain. - The box was missing the Ethernet cable, setup guide, and setup assistant CD! - I downloaded the Setup Assistant, and it keeps crashing, outputting a lot of error info to the Console. - It renamed all my network connections to unhelpful generic titles (my "Airport" connection is now "PCI Ethernet". - The Airport icon in the menubar now indicates it's off, while it's actually on and working. And now, I can't set a password to secure the router, without locking myself out as well..