might it suggest DynDNS
it allows you to dynamically update a hostname... ala soandso.rules.net so you can always connect to that hostname.. but the true ip behind it is updated via the DynDNS plugin whenever the router DHCP's. You might also want to upgrade the (assuming this is coming from your home cable or dsl connection) your account to have a static IP. ( I don't know if DynDNS can correctly determine the true outgoing ip address being used... because the machine connected to the router should be something like 192.168.1.101..but if the cable modem goes directly into the machine via ethernet port it should work fine
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