I have been configuring my Fluskometer to perform all network communications via the wired ethernet adapter. Nothing goes over the wireless ethernet adapter that I have disabled. As I am running my own DHCP and DNS server in my network, I have disabled dnsmasq in /etc/rc.d and put my DNS server's IP address in /etc/resolv.conf. In my setup the Fluksometer is behind a firewall that protects the device from access from the internet, so actually I could disable the firewall on the Fluksometer as well, but I have not done that (yet). What I was wondering is whether I have to open any ports on my firewall to make the Fluksometer sync with the Flukso web site. In the config of the Fluksometer firewall I can see that on the WAN side, the ports 5353 and 8080 are opened. What is the purpose of this? Also, I see that the Fluksometer is configured in the UTC time zone in /etc/config/system. This makes its clock of my Fluksometer not run correctly as I am not in that time zone. I cannot find the way to change it via the web interface. Can I just change it in /etc/config/system? Will it take into account the wintertime/summertime clock shift?