Hi all; I do need some help on setting up MTU value in my WRT54G cause I need w98 SE desktop to print wirelessly. IÂ´ve got a wireless print server IÂ´d like to print trough it... via LPR printing cause this wireless print server has this topic.. IÂ´m nearly to do it.... from a w98 Se desktop. I had to add LPR protocol on my w98 system.... I did it with ACITS LPR software from Texas University It works great.... but I cannot print text I mean.. text files bigger than 0,5 mb. I can print images bigger than that but not text files... ItÂ´s strange..., isnÂ´t it? My wireless print server canÂ´t see my router all the time while IÂ´m printing... I guess is something about MTU on my router and my desktop When I do type in a command prompt... ping 192.168.2.101 -t (wireless print server IP) I do recieve "Timeout ended" while IÂ´m printing I have look at this.. to Know the right MTU value for my W98 se machine ping -f -l MTU_size packet Gateway_IP(my router) I discover it is 1472. Right now IÂ´ve got my WRT54G configured "auto" (It works as a DHCP server and gateway). Note: IÂ´ve got a wireless pci adapter on my desktop from Belkin... and IÂ´ve seen this in microsoftÂ´s website... http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/d...y/en-us/randz/protocol/path_mtu_discovery.asp It indicates: "When a Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) connection is established, the two hosts involved exchange their TCP maximum segment size (MSS) values. The smaller of the two MSS values is used for the connection. ". I donÂ´t Know if thatÂ´s true in W98 se. My wireless print server is 192.168.2.101 and IÂ´ve got DHCP client enabled on it cause my router (192.168.2.1) works as a DHCP server. So I guess I do need to change something on the registry of my w98 se desktop or in my WRT54G to keep connection bettween hosts alive... What should I do ? I mean how can I change MTU on my desktop. Any ideas apart from that. Thanks.