I am stumped on this one, so I really hope someone can help me!\n\nMy PC (XP) can connect to the internet fine if connected directly to the\nd-link modem. So, the modem is configured ok, and my PC gets its IP address\nfrom the ISP passed through (e.g. static 188.8.131.52), and has its gateway\npointing to the modem at 192.168.1.1 (which is an address set in the modem),\nalong with the ISP DNS address at 212....\n\nBUT, when I connect my PC to my Netgear WGR614, and it to the modem, I can't\naccess the internet. The configurations appear to have been set up ok, but I\njust can't see past the router.\n\nSo, my PC gets its IP address from the router, as 192.168.0.2, whilst the\nrouter is visible at 192.168.0.1.\n\nIf I log into my router using IE, then I can view its connection status.\nThis shows that the router has been given the static address (184.108.40.206)\nby the modem, and also shows it knows what the DNS server address is. I can\ntherefore access the router login page via both the 192.168.0.1 and the\n220.127.116.11 address.\n\nHowever, I cannot ping the DNS server or any other web IP address, and I\nalso cannot see 192.168.1.1.\n\nI've tried connecting my portable to the router at the same time, and it\nalso cannot see the internet. It was not running any firewall at the time\n(win2k). My PC uses ZoneAlarm, but the problem remains if I disable it.\n\nMy PC can see other devices attached to the router, which are at 192.168.0.3\netc. The Netgear router is the original version (v1), though I have upgraded\nthe firmware to version 1126.\n\nAny help would be very much appreciated!!!\n\nPascal.