Ok, here's the deal. I have a Belkin Router, and a D-Link AirPlus Wireless Router. The computers in my network are 3 desktops, running 98SE, ME, and XP, and one laptop running XP with a D-Link Airplus PCMCIA card. Every router I have ever tried will not connect to my PPPoE connection, so i end up using the router as a switch. The XP destop is acting as a server, splitting my DSL connection. Well I was trying to switch from the belkin router to the D-Link router for the wireless capabilites. But for some reason when i used the D-Link router the 98SE desktop would not recognize the connection. So first thing i did was change the routers setting to 192.168.2.1, my belkin's old IP. but it still didn't work. So, I set up the Belkin With all the cables in the same numbered plugs, and then the 98SE desktop can use the shared connection. I got bored so i drew the configs in paint. but imagestation makes them look warm dog crap. Original Config(before i got laptop): Config i want to work, but doesn't seem to: Current Config, everything works: Any idea why the 98SE desktop doesn't like the D-Link router????