Hi beautiful people! I've looked across this forum, but I haven't found anyone as stupid as me. Maybe I lack the search skills, maybe my "colleagues" are just to ashamed to share their idiocy, I'd be too, if I had the time for shame Here's the problem. I've turned off ssh and telnet access to my WRT54GL with Tomato 1.27 (plain) fw and I've opted for a https local and remote access. Unfortunately, I forgot that the ports used (8080 for remote and 443 for local) were both forwarded to my server The biggest problem is - I've pushed the save button, restarted the router and then it hit me! Now, I can't access my router. I've tried the 20+ second button-push for a passwordless telnet session (as described in the "before you install" section of the Tomato instalation instructions) and tried to telnet with putty on port 223 but nothing happens (connection is refused). When I press the (only) button on the front of the Linksys WRT54GL, the DMZ light (on the front of the router itself) flashes for as long as I hold the button pressed, but as soon as I let it go, the led stops flashing. Is there any way I can telnet into it and change the port forward for 443 / 8080 ports, or change the web access back to http, or, at least, download the configuration to be able to save the routing, portforwarding, static dhcp, adsl pass/settings, access restrictions and QoS setup of my router so I can reset the fw (and upgrade to 1.28), or am I doomed to doing it all over again? Thanks in advance! A lot!!