TKWITS, Thank you so much for translating the giberish the ISP gave me. That makes a lot more sense. So, in short, if I have a "server/service" behind the firewall and it needs a public IP, then I put the NAT policy into play routing the "public LAN" IP to the server service (80, 3389, etc.). I appreciate pe
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