Whatever, I am not mad, just a bit disappointed:) And yeah, it is possible that I don't know what the issue is. But what I do know is that I can send and receive video using my Zyxel P660-D1 £30 router and a bunch of other consumer-grade routers right out of the box, and I can't do that with this one. The only problem with consumer grade routers is that they don't allow to set fixed LAN port speed so I get some packet loss. It is possible that I don't know how to set it up, mostly because on consumer grade routers, if you want to forward port x to a private IP you enter the private IP and the port, then TCP/UDP and it does the job. In Cisco 887 the instructions look more like:
1. Define that the public IP is not a private IP, and also that it isn't a cucumber and definitely not an air conditioner;
2. Define that the private IP is not Richard Branson;
3. If you screw up the settings and wish to reset the router to factory settings, then you have to insert the router between your butt cheeks and jump up and down at 5 seconds intervals, pressing the reset button every 2 seconds with exactly 2 Nm of force; Then it might reset or not depending on your .config files and also what it feels like on that particular day;
4. Configuration can be accessed in just under an hour by entering the same username and password 743 times in a row and disabling half your PCs features. Every supplied configuration program is different and does not recognise each others' settings;
5. Cisco support is extremely efficient and run by automated bots, that operate using the following programming command: if query = problem write('CISCO is not for n00bs');
Reminds me of this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8AyVh1_vWYQ
Have a good day, no hard feelings.