I have it set to obtain IP automatically, but it doesn't seem to be able to retrive it ...Now check to make sure "Obtain IP automatically" is at the bottom of the first page, if it isn't, go ahead and select it then hit apply.
Let us know how goes so far before I go into the longest schpill on this
The thing is the DHCP works within the network fine. All boxes can ping and connect to eachother using the router, the router just can't get a DHCP IP address from my ISP for some weird reason.The next step is to configure your boxes, assign them the same numbers you did in the linksys config browser and the gateways become 192.168.0.1 (I think it could be 192.168.1.1) and allow the linksys to handle the ip grabbing you HAVE to put in your ISP login and password on the linksys page.
My ISP (road runner) uses MAC addresses as login information so my router is cloned for my assigned MAC.
Thanks for the replies! Any other ideas?