I ran into a bit of a problem today... A person I know wants to hook up their Panasonic Network Camera BLC131A camera to their home network, and register it on http://viewnetcam.com to be able to view it while at work. I took a look at their router, which apparently doesn't support UPnP, so I forwarded port 5000 (the port the camera's going to be using) to the outside, and tried everything again. Now, normally, you can get to this camera over the network by typing <local_IP>:5000 into your web browser. There's not much to it. I forwarded port 5000, so therefore I should have been able to go to <external_IP>:5000 and see the same page. Apparently that didn't work. Now, They are using AT&T's most basic "light" DSL package, and they have a weird router, which is a known piece of ****, the Westell Versalink 328W that AT&T supplied them with. This router, I'll tell you, is a piece of crap, but theoretically, to my knowledge should work. Any ideas? I got remote desktop to work by using the "IP Passthrough" option, but when I tried to do the same with the camera, it didn't work, I couldn't get to the same page as I can get to over the LAN (The config / view page).