I apologize for my unfamiliarity with the HyperWRT (and other) firmwares and their capabilities, but I did some digging and thought I'd just post here. Can HyperWRT handle the assigning of multiple WAN IPs? And if so, can it handle port forwarding from multiple WAN IPs? For example, I have a block of 5 IPs from my ISP. Lets say 126.96.36.199-55 Currently most if not all home or small business routers/gateways seem to handle just one WAN IP. Perhaps this is because most people don't have a need for more. I would suspect that there are some, like me, who have a block and a need to use them. Using multiple routers (as I posted about in a separate forum) can work, but also can be hard to manage internally with routing confusion. If I could get one device to handle multiple WAN IPs just like a real firewall would, this would solve a lot of problems. A real world example: I have domainA.com on 188.8.131.52 and domainB.com on 184.108.40.206 I want domainA.com port 25 (smtp) to hit internal server 10.2.1.10 while I want domainB.com port 25 (smtp) to hit internal server 10.2.1.11. Current rules assume one WAN IP and one only. What you assign for port forwarding all comes from that one IP. Firewalls such as Sidewinder give you the ability to say: WAN IP: X Reason: SMTP Port: 25 LAN IP: Y WAN IP: Y Reason.... etc. I'm just curious if any of the firmwares handle this. Of all that I have seen I was thinking HyperWRT might.