I hope I have put this question in the right forum. It's a long one, so bear with me! My setup: unibody MBP 2.53, 1gig Time Capsule, USB Samsung printer attached to the TC, Windows Home Server machine currently using ethernet to get internet access through my MBP wireless connection. I run a small but growing business with a partner. Instead of both of us toting around a USB stick, and having to merge our sets of documents, invoices, etc. I thought I could setup a server at home, where we can RDP in to get access to files, software, etc. I was told about Windows Home Server, and how it provides a cheap server OS that gives web access, RDP access, FTP, all that fun stuff. Just what we needed. I picked up an OEM copy and installed it onto my old desktop PC. WHS uses upnp to setup a router to setup external access through RDP. TC doesn't support upnp, but after research I found it is basically a way to quickly setup port forwarding on a router. The TC can do that. WHS tells me which 3 ports I need to forward. I tried setting those up using the airport utility, however when it asks for the IP, it lists 10.1.1.xxx (or something close to that) where I can only modify the xxx part. When I look on the WHS box, the IP is 192.whatever. I THINK that is because it is sharing the internet through the MBP and not connected directly to the TC. Is that correct? If I hook it up to the TC, will it get a 10.x.x.x address which I can then setup port forwarding to? Does anyone else have experience setting up a server with RDP access through a TC at home? Any advise would be appreciated. Before you go there, yes I would have loved a mini server setup, but it just wasn't in the budget this time around!!