I am running CHX-I on Windows 2000. On a few occasions (like if the power has gone out) I have had my cable modem, router, and computer all turned off for several hours. When I turn everything back on, then I cannot access the internet. However, if I reboot, then everything works fine. It happened again earlier today where after I turned everything back on, I couldn't access the internet. I rebooted, and internet access worked fine. But I want to get the problem fixed so that I don't need to reboot at all. The CHX log says that 3 UDP packets were sent from my router's port 67 to 192.168.1.33 (my computer's IP address) port 68. Then the router sent 4 UDP packets from port 67 to 255.255.255.255 port 68. All 7 packets were rejected by CHX because they were "Unsolicited UDP". I have a couple questions: 1) I already have a filter to allow incoming UDP, but I also have UDP stateful inspection turned on. So I guess that means I need a Force Allow filter for the DHCP packets. I want to make my filter as tight as possible and still allow everything to work, so can I set the Destination MAC to be just my computer's MAC? Or do I need to set the Destination MAC to be both my computer's MAC and also FF-FF-FF-FF-FF-FF (because of the last 4 UDP packets)? 2) Actually, I'm not sure why I'm experiencing the problem the way things are set up right now. Those UDP packets were sent after I turned my computer back on, so my computer must have sent some sort of DHCP request to the router. So then why is CHX saying that those packets were "Unsolicited UDP"? Wouldn't they have been solicited? I don't understand that.