I am trying to set up a Windows Server 2003, and having error problems, (http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/Windows_Server_2003/Q_21137006.html
I thought it might help if I setup DHCP on my server, instead of the DHCP that is running on the dsl router of the network. So, I figured I should assign the static ip address from the ISP to the server, and then have the server give the other computers their ip addresses. When I go into the configuration of the dsl router and click the "static ip address" it brings me to a screen where I can input the ip address, dsn address, gateway address... These are already filled out, I'm assuming that the router knows the values that I should use to configure my server based on the "real" values. but the ip address it has filled in is different than the ip address I get when I go out to the web and check my "public" ip address. Which one should I choose?, really I have tried both and iput the other values (gateway, dsn address,...) and all I get no internet connection after changing them.