My home network is setup such that I have one tomato router that is connected to the outside world via a DSL modem, and I have a second tomato router setup as a wireless ethernet bridge to my Playstation. What I'm trying to do is access the web ui of the second router (the bridge) from outside of my home. When inside my home I can easily access the web ui of the bridge router- I'm using a static dhcp mapping in the first router that forces the bridge router to a particular internal IP, and all I have to do is enter in that IP to my web browser and voila, I'm in the web ui. So, to get external access to the bridge I setup the first router to forward port 81 to the bridge, and on the bridge I've enabled access to the web ui on 81, both as HTTP under the "local access" section and the "remote access" section. However, when I try to connect from the outside world to my home on port 81, nothing comes up. When logging incoming connections on the first router I see that it's trying to forward packets to the bridge, but the log in the bridge doesn't appear to be picking them up? Can anyone tell me what's going on? Is there something about wireless bridge mode that precludes the web ui when going through the bridged connection? Is there a way to setup my network such that I can access both tomato routers from the outside world? Thanks for any help.