I was looking for https://rsync.macports.org/release/tarballs/on browser, the path does not exist.
But first the legal stuff: Now comes the fun stuff : While a lot op people think firmware updating is a difficult, tedious and dangerous undertaking, I can assure you it is not.Some basic knowhow: An Asus firmware is a single file with the extension TRX.This file contains everything the router needs (Linux kernel, applications and configuration files), so don't not change anything unless you absolutely know what you are doing.Then you need to whitelist this range for incoming and outgoing connections. What happens on your side is, that your torrent client tells an testhost to try to connect to you.Edit /etc/pgl/and add these lines: For each possibility you can learn how to do it in another question here on the page. Generally you should first decide on the correct set of blocklists. But if you want to connect to many other computers, where you don't know the IP, or where the IPs may be even changing frequently, then you may do port whitelisting. Now, probably this testhost is in the blocklist, so it gets blocked.Once I loaded up Windows 7 64-Bit I loaded PG to find that it would not install or load because of driver signing.