If you want to bypass it, try the following:
1. Goto strat>>Run, and type "cmd"
2. Press return (a black window will appear)
3. Type ipconfig, and press enter.
4. Follow accross from the line containing "IP Address"-that is your internal IP. Write it down.
5. Close the dos window.
6. Open Internet explorer, Netscape, or whatever your preference.
7. Type "http://192.168.1.1/" and press enter.
8. A login box will appear, if you have the default setting (most likely you do) simply type "Admin" for the password, and leave the username blank.
9. Press return, and a website will appear.
10. Locate the "advanced" link on the top of the page (usually orange background), and click it.
11. You now should be faces with a list of boxes, ip, protocol, etc. Input the following where ever applicable..
Description: [color:blue]IRC Ports: 6667 to 7000 Protocol: TCP (Checkbox) IP: IP Check 'Enable
Description: [color:blue]Ident Ports: 113 to 113 Protocol: TCP (Checkbox) IP: IP Check 'Enable
Please note the green portion (IP) is the last three numbers of that IP you wrote down. Ex: If you has the ip 192.168.1.102, then IP value would be 102.
That should do it. If that doesn't work, or seems to complicated, let me know, and I'll try to provide an image to go along with what I was talking about.