Just purchased a RV042 for our office. We have an IP block of addresses, and 3 webservers. Configured the primary interface with 1st usable IP in the block, then set up one-to-one NAT for the next 3 public IP's directed to 3 private LAN IP's of servers using the range option. Then, seeing that the firewall allows all traffic to the NAT'd LAN IP's by default, I set ACL's 1st to allow http traffic from any to any, as well as a blanket deny for all other services. Worked for about 15 minutes, then couldn't hit servers from external source. I also noticed that even though I had "disabled" remote GUI, it was still possible to bring up login prompt. Figured that was a result of allowing http any in the ACL, so edited that ACL to allow http from any to only the 3 private IP's / webservers using internal LAN IP's. Again, worked for about 15 minutes and then stopped. Disabled "Block WAN Requests" and built an ACL to allow ping through, restarted router, began ping -t against one server. Worked again for about 15 minutes and died. Stock firmware matches latest firmware from Cisco site (184.108.40.206-tm), although I havn't tried reflashing. Anyone have any thoughts? Is One-to-One NAT broken on these units?