I have a Linksys BEFW11S4 v.2 wireless router running firmware revision 1.45.10, Apr 15 2004. I have a Windows 2000 server running IIS hardwired into my router. The server gets it's ip from the router's dhcp service. Presently that IP is 192.168.1.100. The webpage is, say, mypage.htm The WAN address the router gets from my CABLE ISP is 65.118.xx.xx I suspect my ISP is blocking incoming requests to my webserver on port 80, so I want the router to do port translation for me on an uncommon port I went into the router interface and went to port forwarding and clicked on the UPnP Forwarding button. On that page I setup external (WAN)port 38724 to forward to the internal (LAN) port 80 on the ip of my server. I then went to a website that does free (limited) proxy websurfing www.megaproxy.com/freesurf I typed 65.118.xx.xx:38724/mypage.htm and the proxy server said "http://65.118.xx.xx%3A38724/mypage.htm UNKNOWN HOST ERROR" I have always been able to see the webpage from the LAN side of the router, but people are not able to see it from the WAN side. I have also hooked the server directly to the cablemodem and people can not view it from the internet, but I can see it from my server. I know just enough to get me in trouble here, but am I doing this correctly? I should be able to have someone type into their web browser http://65.118.xx.xx:38724/mypage.htm and with the way I have it setup they SHOULD be able to see the website, right? (the xx.xx are placeholders for the reall ip segments I am leaving out for privacy's sake) Any help would be greatly appreciated.