It's been a little while so if this question seems kind of basic, sorry. In order for people on the outside to take advantage of the services on a server such as Snow Leopard (mail, wiki, VPN, Podcast Producer, etc), does the server need a public IP, or can it be put in a DMZ behind the router? I'm getting Verizon Fios this week at the office and I don't know anything about the router/interface they are going to give me, if it can only be used as a router (meaning it gets the public static IP I signed up for) or if I can turn it into a bridge (as I was able to do with their DSL box) and pass the IP on to the router I want to use, or the server, etc. Any insights? Thanks in advance.