I know DD-WRT includes its own TFTP server for the upload of firmware images, etc. However, I have a bunch of Cisco VoIP telephones, and other router's/switches/etc. within my own home network which is configurable via TFTP. I'd like to be able to host some files on the DD-WRT TFTP server (or another TFTP server that I can perhaps download via ipkg) which would only be accessable via my internal network (not available outside) and perhaps have the files reside on the /jffs partition. How can I achive this great feat? I was thinking it was going to take starting the TFTP server, and making a symbolic link to a directory on the /jffs partition, etc. Anyone have any clue? I was thinking "read-only" access to the TFTP server... I'd put files on it by writing to the jffs partition either through a samba mount or using wget off a web server. Thanks in advance.