I've used that router also, and you can use DHCP but if you want forwarding you need to assign a static address for the box that you are forwarding to. If I remember right, the system sets the DHCP pool to start at .100 so assign the machine that you are using as the server and assign it an address of .99 or less, but not .1 since the router uses that. Use your router address as the DNS server for that box, or if you can find them the numbers for the DNS servers your ISP uses.
That should do it.
Oh yeah, and don't forget to forward the ports
900,700,667,400,333 All 256M
Duron 950, 1.2G Both with 256M
280G Storage in my room, want a Tera by Christmas
<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: HowardDrake on 2002-03-29 18:49 ]</font>