This is driving me crazy. I'm setting up a Windows 98 print server. I have my 98 set up and all that blah blah, here's the crazy problem I'm having. With my network settings set to Automatically obtain an IP address, everything works fine. I can get to any internet page and things work great. I go into the network settings and simply it to instead of Automatically obtaining an IP address, obtain 192.168.1.123. Windows 98 requires the computer to restart. After that, I can not get to ANY sites. I just get page cannot be displayed. If I look in my router's "connected" page, I don't see the 98 PC like I did when it automatically picked an IP. So, it's not even pulling the IP when I specify it. When I can't get to any internet sites, I can still access 192.168.1.1 (router's page). I'm using a Linksys WRT54G. I always do this on all my computers and have NEVER had an issue before. Does anyone have any clue what the problem could be? It's driving me crazy. I already tried putting in DNS servers, putting my router in as the Gateway, and much more. Thanks to anyone that can help even in the slightest way.