This is what I am trying to do, I want a Ras server connected to the DMZ port. I want only ports 80 and 3389 from the WAN to the DMZ open. And I want TCP ports 6990-7007 open both ways from DMZ to LAN. Sound spretty simple but I cant get the stupid DMZ to work right and Linksys documentation has me scratching my head. Wan1 has a public static 66.x.x.227. On the setup screen I placed a public static under DMZ interface 66.x.x.228 with the appropriate subnet. The next screen is DMZ host and gives you a private address on your LAN which I assume would be the same IP that you assign the server that will be plugged into the DMZ, only if that is set to sat 10.10.10.4 and I try and static my server to that I get an IP conflict (which there isnt unless its conflicting with the DMZ host address I put in.) What gets me is the statement in the Linksys documentation "Each of the servers on the DMZ will need a unique, public Internet IP address" giving me the impression I need another static IP for the actual server plugged into the DMZ. So I try that I put 66.x.x.229 in there and from that box I can get out and from the WAN I can get to .229. (Although if I type the IP of the DMZ on the router I get the router config page, just like if I used the router WAN IP..) So now from my LAN I try to get to the DMZ LAN address 10.10.10.4 and nothing, cant ping etc. I could get to the DMZ server by public IP from the LAN but cant get to it by private or by name. I called linksys and support has said that the documentation is wrong and I would put the private .4 in both the host and on my server and a public on the DMZ and since I am getting the IP conflict (with no real conflict) that the DMZ port is bad and they want to ship me a new one. What do you guys think?