Hi. I'm trying to set up a Mac Mini running Snow Leopard Server on our network. We have a DSL modem which is also the DHCP router. I've set up a subdomain name, server.ourdomain.com, at our domain register, Earthlink, that resolves our public ip address, which I believe is static. I'm confused about how to map this to the server which, of course, has a local ip address. I've contacted our ISP. The TS me that he thought they can associate the subdomain name to the local ip address that I gave him for the server, even though he didn't seem that confident about it. Is this the usual way of doing this? I actually have a Time Capsule between the modem and the server. Would it be better to disable the DHCP service on the modem and let the TC serve the local ips and do the linking? The SL server manual mentions such a configuration with the requirement that "share a public IP" be selected on the TC as well as setting the ipv6 mode to tunnel. (Would the TC be configured as a gateway?) Any information on how to set this up, with the goal of having remote access to the server, would be appreciated.