I have on occasion tried to set up ADSL connections with varying degrees of success. My current challenge is to set up a Nokia IP40 with a D-Link DSL-300T. I can quite happily get to both config pages if they are plugged directly into my computer, and plugging the modem into my computer gives me internet access. The problem comes when I try to plug the IP40 into the ADSL modem to route the connection. I know its not a cable problem as the Nokia can get the IP address of the gateway. The problem is that the IP40 seems to block the DHCP broadcast from the modem, so it doesn't get a WAN IP assigned. It also thinks the D-Link is spoofing it's IP address, although I've no idea why. If I change the IP of the D-Link from 192.168.1.1 (default) to 192.168.0.1 the Nokia no longer says the Ip is spoofed. The Nokia is set up to receive its WAN IP via DHCP and when my computer is plugged into the modem it gets an IP assigned with no problems. Thats a bit of info to get you started, has anyone got any ideas?