"sorry another use is logged in"
Hmm....strange...ready to worry about hacking on the router.
Come to find out, a server was used to login to the router, and left the page open.
This happened THREE WEEKS AGO.
Why in the world would there NOT be a timeout on login for the configuration pages of the router?
At least 24hrs, but 1,2,3,4,5,6 would also be smart.
Seems that these buffalo products seem to leave out the simplest security implementations.
Not to mention it seems no one actually reads this forum....guess everyone needs to move to twitter, so you can get answers that are one to one, offline, and not searchable for other users to actually solve their issues without engaging support.
Horrible support model if that is the way the world is going. 1000's of support people, answer the same question over and over again, with no way to publish the solution, so it takes 1000's and 1000's of support people to answer. Those 1000's of support people cannot be well versed enough on the products, or even simple networking configurations for that matter, so the support gets worse and worse.