I have a problem. I live in Papua New Guinea as a missionary and am setting up a LAN for the bible college and using SLS as a server. I've set up everything internally just fine. Problem arises when I connect to the internet on the server (which is my sole computer). Let me break down the situation. PNG does not have unlimited broadband and my location only has dialup and GPRS with very restricted monthly quotas. Always on solution is a nono. I connect to the internet using my iPhone tethering by USB. I don't have a real domain and I use an internal DNS server setup for the domain ibc.network Server IP is 192.168.1.1 and DNS is set properly and works. Problem: when I connect the iPhone the internet won't work unless I set the service order for the iPhone to be above Ethernet. Once I do that the internal network fails to resolve ibc.network to 192.168.1.1. Any internal wiki gets the OpenDNS error page. I have no idea how to fix this as I'm fairly newby and my limited monthly quota restricts me from doing heavy googling to find out. I did try to find help but couldn't find any relevant article. I have no intention of sharing my internet connection. It's just for me. I'd really appreciate any help. Joshua.