Hi, I have a personal server that I've been using for years now. I have a domain name registered through GoDaddy. I recently moved into a new apartment and had to sign up for Time Warner Cable, rather than Comcast which I had previously used at a few different locations with said server. When I had moved in the past, I would just update the DNS "@" record on GoDaddy's site to whatever my external IP address was, which from what I can remember was always located under WAN - IP Address on Tomato's Overview page. From there, everything would work great as I already had all of the appropriate ports forwarded, etc. I just had internet installed and I'm able to access the internet, but I can't connect to my website. I notice that Tomato lists my WAN - IP Address as 192.168.0.2 . This is obviously a local address, and when I use whatismyip.com I get a different, true external address. Obviously I put in the external address into GoDaddy's settings, but I'm still unable to connect to my site after 2 days. I have a feeling the problem is relating to the local address the router is showing. I can actually hit my site when I go to 192.168.0.2 in a browser when I'm on my network. Why is this happening? I had a long discussion with Time Warner and they said the problem is not on their end, as the true external public IP should be showing in the routers settings. They said I should contact Asus (the model of my router) - but I obviously can't do that because I have Tomato installed. I can't seem to find many other threads posted by users with a similar issue. I tried manually changing the WAN Port MAC Address, but that just updates the IP Address to 192.168.0.3. I'm officially stumped. Any advice would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks.