If you open a command window (type "command" into the search box, and click on the result 'command prompt'), then once you have it open, type:
telnet [your router ip address]
and you should get a prompt for login. Your router IP address will be the same address as the default gateway ip address.
If you get a prompt, telnet is working and not blocked. If not, you can disable your firewall for a minute or so to test. Failing that, run the 'services.svc' program to see if telnet is set to run.
A fair bit of techie blurb, I know, but stick at it. Until you work out if telnet is working and getting to your router, you can't assume it's the routerstats program.
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