Here's the setup: In 2002 I signed up with Earthlink for Internet. At that time, Earthlink was in a partnership with Comcast. Comcast provided the install, modem and cable connection. Several years later, they had a nasty falling out and I fell through the cracks. Fast forward to today. For work, I had to access a website for a short period of time to get a news article. I can't access it. Out of the hundreds of websites my family and I access on a regular basis, I can't get to this one particular website. I get a "Server Not Found" on whatever browser I try. Through hardware troubleshooting I determine it is the router that is blocking the website. 2nd level Comcast tech support is blaming it on the "Earthlink boot file" in the modem (I got this particular modem 2-3 years ago) and refuses to take care of it unless I buy a Comcast package. Of course it's an additional $10 a month. Considering I don't need to access that particular website any more, this is not a pressing issue. I'm concerned that more sites might be affected. Is there anything I can do to the modem config?