I have read through the forum and tried to follow previous posts to set up my NSLU2 to be accessed from the internet via http, but have had no success. 1) I have a Linksys cable modem (BEFCMU10 ver2), a Linksys router (WRTG54GX ver 1) and the NSLU2 (firmware v2.3R63). 2) I have an older 60 GB USB hard drive attached to the NSLU2 which I have accessed via my desktop without any problem. This computer is attached via Ethernet cable to the router. 3) I set up the NSLU2 to have a fixed IP address at 192.168.1.77 4) Under "system" and then "location" I have "Enable Guest login", "Enable FTP server", and "Enable UPnP Support" all checked. 5) Also under Enable UPnP Support I have "80" in the box for "Port number for HTTP (Web Browser) connections to this server" 6) I went to my Linksys router setup and under "applications & gaming" I have an entry where Application=NSLU2, Start=80, End=80, Protocol=Both, IP Address=192.1681.77, Enable=Checked. 7) I used myipaddress.com to get my external IP address. Let's say it was aa.bb.cc.dd. I presume this is the address assigned to my cable modem by my cable company? 8) I typed in aa.bb.cc.dd:80 into the address line, but only get an error message on a web page that says : Sorry. We can't find aa.bb.cc.dd:80 Can anyone offer some suggestions?