I do work for a municipality and have run into an issue. The building is run on a domain with a domain controller that runs the DNS and DHCP. The Internet provider owns the firewall so they control it and we cannot even have the admin password. There is also a DSL line that is used to go directly to the state. Up until two moths ago the two computers that use the DSL line to the state would also be on the domain for the building. Then there was an issue where the state said their site was down over the whole state. Then when the state brought the site back up, those two computers had to be detached from the building network and be directly plugged into the DSL router only. Again, before this happened the two computers were able to get to the state site via the DSL line, but then the users could also print to the building network printers even is they downloaded from the state site and needed that file printed. If I do a trace route, the first thing it hits is the ISP network firewall then it hits the DSL router, then it goes out into the cloud to the states server. Any ideas how this could have been setup or why it might not be working now? Any ideas?