Hey guys, I'm having a bitch of a problem trying to access my mac mini from the internet. This isn't just the typical "I don't know how to setup my router" thing. I'm a network admin and I've done this sort of stuff for over 10years professionally on an enterprise level. Here's my scenario: Linksys WRT54G v5 wireless router (port forwarding setup for VNC, SSH, HTTP & Tomcat) Also, added the mac IP to the DMZ just to make sure Mac Mini 1.83Ghz - Firewall disabled (out of desperation) all sharing turned on (static IP set) I can access my mac from other computers on my local network. Can't access my mac via ip or dynamic dns from anywhere on the internet. I've tried another router (Belkin) and also flashed DD-WRT onto my Linksys at one point to see if the firmware on my router was the culprit. Also, plugged the mac mini into my router via ethernet instead of wireless with the same crap result. It's pretty frustrating. I refuse to pay $99 for a .mac account. I personally think it's ridiculous that Apple crippled screen sharing so that it won't work across the internet. Plus, I would like to test some apache/tomcat things that I've been working on. Any ideas?