Has anyone ever set up a Windows 2000 server, acting as the Domain Controller for the network, behind a Linksys router? Considering that the router seems to require that any IP device that is connected to it, get it's IP address atomatically, and yet a Domain Controller really needs to have a static IP address, I can foresee some real communications issues between the Domain Controller and the Workstations it's serving. Does anyone know if there is a work around for this problem. Will the Domain Controller still communicate properly with the network workstations if the Domain Controller has a Dynamic IP. Will it still comunicate with the router if I set up the Domain Controller with a static IP and simply exclude that particular IP address from the range of assignable IP addresses when I configure the router as a DHCP servere?