Greetings, I'm trying to configure the DMZ port on my RV042 but I'm having troubles. Hopefully someone can spot the errors of my ways! Here is my configuration information: 3 static IP addresses from my ISP: xx.yy.zz.25, .151, and .154 WAN IP = xx.yy.zz.25 Subnet mask = 255.255.255.128 DMZ IP = xx.yy.zz.151 Subnet mask = 255.255.255.128 My computer behind the DMZ port has IP address .154. Its gateway is configured to be .25. Here's the strange part: From my local LAN (192.168.1.x) I can freely talk to the DMZ computer. The router routes from the LAN to the DMZ port just fine. Likewise, if I open up the firewall rule I can talk from the DMZ machine to a machine on my LAN. If I try to ping a machine on the internet (e.g., a server @ my work) from my DMZ computer I can see the packets being accepted by the router going out, but no incoming packets are routed to the DMZ. If I try to access my DMZ computer from a machine on the internet no packets get routed to the DMZ machine. As an experiment, I tried hooking the DMZ computer directly to my DSL modem. Doing this I could easily get to and from my DMZ computer (IP == .154). So I know that my ISP is properly routing .25, .151, and .154 to my DSL modem. Its just that my RV042 doesn't seem to want to route packets from the WAN port to the DMZ port. I tried completely disabling the firewall with no affect. I tried creating wide open firewall rules with no affect. I tried creating a static route, but I'm not sure I did it right. I tried calling Linksys/Cisco tech support and had the most horrible time. "The computer connected to my DMZ port doesn't receive packets." To which I was asked "Do you have a computer connected to your DMZ port?" Great example of why we outsource tech support! The firmware version of my router is 1.2.3 (May 28 2004 12:16:40). Any advice would be greatly appreciated!