I have a WRT54GS (v1.0) updated with the latest firmware. I just set up an account with DynDNS and am pretty sure I did everything properly. When I tested the DynDNS account name (<myaccount>.dyndns.org) from my home PC it correctly went to the security-camera video server accessable through my router. However, next day, I could not get access from any OTHER computer. Checking my DynDNS account, the dynamic addressing info box filled-in the address of the PC I was sitting at rather than seeing what address my home router was assigned at the moment. (Note, I leave my home PC turned off for security and safety reasons - only the router and video server remain on) Why isn't the router updating DynDNS when its IP address gets re-assigned by my internet provider ? I thought that's how this is SUPPOSED to work. Is there some trick I'm missing, or some quirk with the router and/or DynDNS ? ONE possibility, thinking about it ... in the 'games and applications' section I set port 7007 open for JUST the video servers address, but didn't leave it open for the routers base address. Perhaps that's blocking any updates ? When I did the reverse, pointing 7007 to the routers base address, DynDNS would connect me to the routers log-in screen, but I couldn't get to the video server behind the router. I don't want to see the router, I want to see just the video server when I log in. Frankly, I don't want anyone ELSE to see my router either ... have them picking at the password all day long .... just DynDNS. Oh yea, how DO you get to a PC or device behind a router ? Something like a "http://<routeraddress>/deviceaddress:<portnumber>" or maybe "http://<routeraddress>:<portnumber" ... ? Any Info Helpful. I'd really like this to work properly since I've spent big buck$ on hardware.