Hey gang, glad to see this forum exists as I have nothing but headaches with this brand new 2 day old RV082. It's not in a production environment, just in a test environment for now. First and foremost, which will determine immediately if it goes back to Fry's, is that I can't get the DMZ port working. Firewall is completely disabled. Dual-WAN is set to DMZ. Router's WAN address is something like 126.96.36.199, SN:255.255.255.248. DMZ setting only works with "Subnet". If I select "Subnet" and fill in a single IP (188.8.131.52), I can ping that IP (a Windows 2003 Server) from the outside. Its a Windows 2003 server, all internal firewall turned off. However, I cannot use Remote Desktop to administer the server when it's in the DMZ port. I take the cable out of the DMZ and put it back on the WAN in front of the RV082, and I can Remote Desktop to it fine. Again, all firewall and protection features of the RV082 are disabled. Next, If I put the DMZ selection on "Range", which is what I eventually need to do as I want to put .11-.15 ALL in the DMZ port, I no longer can ping .11. Obviously I can't Remote Desktop to it or anything. It's like selecting "Range" completely disables the DMZ port. I have used the 1.3.2 firmware that it came with. A few minutes ago, I upgraded to the 184.108.40.206 beta firmware found on these forums to see if it fixed the DMZ problem, which it didn't. Also, when I use the web browser to go to the DMZ port (containing the Windows 2003 server @ 220.127.116.11), I get the Linksys router, not the web server that's sitting on that Windows 2003 server. Perhaps I'm missing something conceptually about how the DMZ port should work. I figured I plug something into the DMZ port and it's as good as being in a hub that's in front of the router, except I get some basic protection (syn flood, etc) from the RV082. So.. why is the router showing up at 18.104.22.168 when it should be that Windows 2003 server? Thanks for any advice!