I am a dabbler in routing to the point of I can copy a current config and make minor modifications to static IP's to make it work. That being said, in laymans terms I need help. I currently have working static tunnels set up between remotes with Juniper SSG 5's to a Juniper SSG 20 at home office. I am using these tunnels for both data and IP phones. I need to now configure this for a home environment that has dynamic IP timewarner cable (but could be dsl or anything else in the future). I'm thinking the tweak to make the switch to dynamic should be easy - but cannot get it working. I'm hoping I simply have to plug the 0/0 of the juniper into my cable router, make changes in both junipers(what these are I hope to learn from you) and go on...or is there more to it and I have to do something with the cable router as well? The cable is currently configured as left by vendor. It does hand off a DHCP address to all connected computers. It is handing off a 172.16.0.x address and the box itself is 172.16.0.1 at this time. I would like be able to specify the IP range of the connected equipment. 192.168.85.x to keep with a subnet w/in network convention.