Hi! OK, please forgive me if I'm doing something wrong. I'm a little new here, so let me know if I'm doing something wrong. My background is in cyber-security, so I pretty much try to check everything over to make sure things are secure... But onto the problem... I'm running the wrtg54g v2.2 router with the Firmware version:Â DD-WRT #22 (prefinal3.2). Inside the configuration, I have disabled remote management, enabled telnet and https (in the daemon section, not the remote management section), and that's really about all. In the remote management section of the config, everything https wise and port wise is grayed out. During a recent nmap scan, I can telnet, ssh, http, and https to the WRT54G through the cable modem interface! For example, my cable modem IP is 67.x.x.x. When I 'telnet 67.x.x.x", ssh 67.x.x.x, http to that IP, everything works! Also, the "firewall protection" is enabled. Has anybody else had similar problems? Any ideas? It's like the firewall isn't working correctly or the ports on the external interface are wide open. Thanks in advance!