LAST EDITED ON Nov-22-01 AT 05:27 PM (GMT)
LAST EDITED ON Nov-22-01 AT 05:24 PM (GMT)
as i understood, you're haveing a problem your local LAN DHCP and not with WAN.
As everyone knows that any home router such as Lynsys and Barricade, they both have a class B IP
address to use for the LAN either static or dynamic.
of course, you always have the DHCP enabled if you want your home computers obtain IP dynamically. The worst is to reset the router to default settings, it should minimize your problem as well.
Reset and reboot the Router is always a good solution.
I have Rogers Cable Internet connection, for both Lynsys and Barricade, All I have to do is to put the user ID starting cr.... in the host name field and clone the MAC address. for anything else, if you don't want any problem, just leave it as default.
do you know how to clone MAC address?
all of the computer that connect to the router, the network configuration such as ip, dns... should be set as dynamic.
try different NICs.
Class B addresses asigned by Router stats from 192.168.xxx.xxx