Hi everyone. I just replaced my Netgear WGR614 (which stopped accepting wireless connections every couple days, then later every couple hours) with a brand new Linksys WRT54G. I love it, except that I can't seem to get Port Forwarding to function the way I expect. Here's my vital stats: Router: WRT54G v3 Firmware Version: v3.03.6 Firewall Software: Kerio Personal Firewall 4.1 OS: Win XP SP 2 ISP: Verizon.net I have enabled ports 6881-6999 (TCP and UDP) in the router admin interface, yet I get very mixed results with BitTorrent (which worked perfectly with the Netgear, so I know it's not my ISP or Kerio; I get these results with both Azureus and ABC). Usually I get all yellow (meaning I can't accept incoming connections) or the occasional green - sometimes after several minutes, all my torrents will turn green, but it never used to be this way - they used to turn green immediately and stay that way. I have also forwarded port 3389 (TCP only) to accept incoming RDC connections. That, coupled with DynDNS, should let me RDC to my box, yet I cannot do this from the outside (this also worked OK with my Netgear router). I cannot ping my DynDNS hostname either, but it does resolve to an IP. I read the documentation that said I had to set my connection to a static IP to use Port Forwarding, and I think I did this properly - I am using 192.168.1.100. I have disabled the router's firewall, and disabled all the options on the http://192.168.1.1/Firewall.asp page. I haven't tried the DMV; I read the description and honestly it sounded a little scary (I am a web developer, but I really don't know my way around networks). I just want a secure router that lets me RDC to my box and run BitTorrent without problems. What am I doing wrong? Any help would be greatly appreciated.