Here is my situation : I am running a WRT54GS and I would like to know someone's recommendation for doing the following: I have an XBox running on the LAN side of my network, and I need it to be able to "communicate" with XBoxes outside the network. The way they work is to broadcast their data packets to IP 255.255.255.255 and udp/tcp port 3074. QUESTION : Is there a way to re-broadcast packets received at the WAN port to the LAN ports? One key factor I must keep in mind is I have no control over the router mine is connected to on the WAN/INTERNET side. The only device I have control over is my router. I CAN NOT do port-forwarding to my XBox because :1. The Xbox does not have an IP address when looking for system-link games (what I am trying to do). and also because, as far as I am aware, port-forwarding must be directional - aimed at my IP address, and not part of a broadcast. Thanks for any help I can get on this topic. If anyone has the slightest bit of information to help me, let me know.