said by jtl999:
Really? My friends printer works fine over wireless and wired. Throw that Actiontech into a pit of fire. Otherwise temporally reset the modem and then test.
Friday Telus is coming to setup my new connection as I'm switching over from Shaw, but I plan on keeping my existing router as its way better then a junky Actiontec, but that is the router Telus gave him, so his problem remains. Would a power cycle of the router fix this problem for him (I had him power cycle the printer, but didn't think to power cycle the router, but now that you mention it, it wouldn't be the first time it fixed a router problem).
Vendor: Author of Link Logger which is a traffic analysis and firewall logging tool