I'm running regular Leopard (not server), and I connect to the internet wirelessly through a Linksys WRT54GS (v2.1) router, which is hooked up to a Comcast cable modem. There are about 3-4 computers on our network. When I enable "Web Sharing" in System Preferences, it says people can connect to my computer through my local IP address. It doesn't display my public IP address, so anyone outside of my network can connect. Of course, though, people connected to my house's wireless have access to my computer because of web sharing. Whenever I type in my public IP address, it takes me to my router configuration page (which I can also get to by typing in 192.168.1.1...). What am I doing wrong? In my 4+ years of owning a Macintosh, I've never been able to figure this out. BTW, there are absolutely no firewalls or restrictions on my computer, or router.