Before someone says "You don't need to..." Yes, I do. I need to at least try to prove that it would not matter. OK, here we go... I need to filter and or block outside access to UDP port 192. What I have is four or five clients (machines) that use an AirPort base station. A contracted security firm has scanned our IP address and found they can gain information from UDP port 192 and they feel this is a security risk. They sent me the information and it was correct so I know they were able to access it somehow. They say it amy only need a firewall or filter. I already have a closed network, use MAC address control, WiFi Protected Access, etc. Can someone help me set this up to see if in fact it will do as they say? Another thing I am confused about is that I don't know where these firewalls are. Are they on the base station or the individual clients (machines)? It seems they get as far as the base station, as they have never mentioned what computers we are using. So, am I trying to turn on firewalls and/or filters on the base station only?