Hi, my older wrt54gs currently has factory firmware 4.70.6 on it, it had Hyper WRT on it at one point, can't remember why I pulled it off. anyway, trying to set up a home web server. did the dyndns thing, went out on the web and came back in. instead of forwarding me through to the server it brought up the logon for the router admin pages. It allowed me to logon as admin. I was surprised since web admin is explicitly disabled in the config. I enabled and re-disabled it, it's still doing that. any idea what's up with that? also, on the port forwarding, I set up my apache to listen on an odd port figuring Cox would be blocking 80 inbound. I used the game/applications tab to do that, I really don't want to put the box in the DMZ. is that the right way? Also, I notice that once I log in to the router as admin, it leaves the admin page open until the browser or browser tab that opened the page is closed. There is no logoff I can see. I discovered that while I was logged into the admin functions locally it exposed the admin page to incoming connections from the internet? Is this normal behavior? I can't imagine that it is. Do I need to reflash the router again? maybe go back to an aftermarket firmware? This seems to be just slightly insecure..... I'm a little shocked to find out what this thing is doing with the adminpage, so, like, am I the only one?