If DHCP is enabled on the clients the clients can surf. If a static IP is assigned to the clients they cann only surf with the ISP's DNS server entries. DynDNS: recursive dns service has been subscribed to. The ISP is Adelphia. I can ping the DynDNS recursive servers. I can ping my ISP DNS servers. If a static 192 IP is assigned to a client, as well as the recursive DNS servers are entered into the client, the clients cannot surf. If a static 192 IP is assigned to a client, as well as the ISP DNS servers are entered into the client, the client can surf. If the recursive DNS servers are entered into the Routers admin home page the static clients as well as the DHCP client cannot surf. Only the clients that are pulling a DHCP lease (with the default DHCP settings) or with a static IP address with the ISP DNS servers, with no additional DNS information assigned in the routers home page can the clients surf. The above config (static IP and recursive DNS assigned, as well as the recursive DNS assigned to the router's admin page) worked with a WRK54G v 1.1 router.