After doing searches here, it seems that there are two ways to "reserve" an internal IP (192....) for a client PC: - load up a 3rd party firmware - go into Windows and "reserve" IPs for all clients on your network. I want to reserve an IP for my gaming rig so I don't have to keep changing the port-forwarding. My friend, who's a sysadmin and has alot of "MCS" letters after his name, recommended a 3rd way. He said to assign an IP range for DHCP and for the PC that needs a "static" IP, manually assign an IP (in Windows) that is outside that range. To those familiar with Linksys, does that sound like it would work? I just got my 54G about a month ago.