Hello everybody! Disclaimer: My native language is swedish, I might have some grammar issues when writing in english. I have run in to some problem with my good old Linksys WRT54GL. Suddenly it can not obtain a WAN IP from my ISP. I haven't done anything in particular - it just stopped working when I was on a short vacation and I don't know how to fix it. Maybe there was som thunderstorm or something that fried it. My setup is as follows. ADSL Modem: Zyxel P-660H-D1 running in bridged mode. --> Linksys WRT54GL running tomato-ND-1.28.7617-Toastman-K24-Std setup to use DHCP on the WAN side --> My PC / My wife's PC / Boxee Box / Some iPhones running on the wireless every now and then. Nothing fancy I believe and I can't figure out whats happening. Apparently my ISP (Telia) gives out IP's using DHCP and they claim to use som sort of MAC lock out timer of 20 minutes but that does not seem to work. I can connect my computer directly into the modem and get internet connectivity and 10 seconds later connect my replacement router and that too will get acces to the internet. I have used the factory reset button thing on both the modem and the Linksys numerous times, I have power cycled all the equipment connected more times than I can count. I have flashed the Linksys with the stock firmware but to no avail. It wont get a ip. I can not live whitout internet so I ran out and bought a replacement router (Netgear WNDR3700) and connected that. Boom! I got internet. I fooled around with it for a while and noticed that the QoS function is utter crap compared to the one in Tomato. The gigabit lan was nice though so my plan is to use the netgear as a switch and wireless AP and the Linksys as DHCP-server and for the amazing QoS-stuff. But how can I get my Linksys router to work? The little green "internet" LED is flashing when I connect my TP-cable and the modem LED indicates that something is connected but thats it. No IP. My ISP won't help me with my home network so now I turn to you. Please help? If I connect my computer directly to the modem and configure my computer to use 192.168.1.2 I can reach the modem config GUI with 192.168.1.1. But before this router thing happened I could use 192.168.1.1 when connected to the router to reach the Linksys GUI. That leads me to believe that the Zyxel modem is transparent and just a bridge. I have tried to set the LAN IP's via DHCP to the 172.16.0.X range instead. When that didn't work I tried the 192.168.2.X range and when that didn't work I tried the 10.0.0.X range. When the router worked and could get an IP it had the 192.168.1.1 IP though so I don't think it should matter. I have tried the 30/30/30 reset thing with both the modem and the Linksys numerous times. Should I just accept the fact that it's broken and try to find another one or is it fixable?