Thread Has Been Moved Right now I have a WRT54GS with DD-WRT. Here is my problem- I am connected to a university network that allows its users to bring in wireless routers, as long as they are only acting as APs and not as actual routers. That means turning off DHCP and plugging in port 1 to the wall. ALL IPS ARE DYNAMICALLY ASSIGNED, THERE IS NO WAY TO GET A GLOBALLY ROUTABLE STATIC IPS. When you setup your router you are given a 172.16. address to set your local IP to. Of course, if you do not set your hostname to the 172.16 IP address then you will never be able to access the CP. And of course, because evidently the router does not (out of the box) allow you to remotely access it if it is not pulling internet from the "internet" port. So what do I do? How do I get it so that the box pulls a dynamic IP so that I can use it on the network as an actual server? What Firmware to I use? Does something like this exist? The biggest NO here is that my router can NOT act as a gateway and I can NOT assign a static ip other than the 172.16!!! Everything else is basically AOK Summary: I want to run this in Access Point/Switch mode but still have it visible to the internet... Ideas?