Hi everyone... I think I may have found an unintended feature (bug...) in the official Linksys WRT54GS v4 1.06.1 firmware. Let me preface this by stating that a few weeks ago, I had set up a Quake 3 server on my PC for a few friends to join. I opened up ports 27950-27960 TCP+UDP, forwarded to my internal IP address, and enabled the port forwarding. After a bit, I stopped the server, and unchecked the enable boxes, closing down that port range. Just a bit ago, I thought I would play some Enemy Territory, so I loaded the game up, not having played it since I hosted the Quake 3 server a few weeks ago. I was not getting a list of servers, although the ID master server was being resolved OK. I disabled Windows Firewall, no difference. Eventually, I remembered the port forwarding range that I had entered in forwarding 27950-27960 TCP+UDP. This range was not enabled. I zeroed the port range out, and saved the settings. After doing so, I got the server list from the master server OK. I guess what this means is that when a port range (or specific ports) are listed, but not enabled, it seems like it's an explicit deny statement. I wouldn't have thought this (obviously) was by design... Your thoughts?? Edit: Some pictures, since that always helps If I have no ports open or the port range enabled then I get the server list just fine. If I have the port range disabled then I get no server list.