Hey guys, back for help with this evil thing my college calls ResNet! Turns out just a couple days ago they started "classifying" our internet traffic, and are now blocking traffic they consider "torrent" traffic. In short, I need to learn port forwarding so we can get past these blocks. Sounds sketchy, but I am NOT using this for anything illegal, but mainly for the two issues below: 1) WOW updater. I asked the guy at the front desk why the 600-something MB update was going so slow, and it turns out this is also classified as torrent traffic, and is blocked. He said there's nothing I can do about it. 2) Linux. A lot of the distros I'd like to check out for school use (my college uses Linux exclusively, so I'd like to partition my mac for both Mac OS X and Linux...) are provided only as .torrent files, as the servers didn't have enough bandwidth for a public mirror. So. I have an Airport Express, which I'm using to access the net from my laptop. Works great, except now I need to figure out how to set up the appropriate ports. (6346 I think is the one I need.) Any college/internet guru have tips to offer on this?