|Yes it is the ip of the wan port. I have a thought. When I tried to make the server we are trying to connect to the dmz, it said it was unable because the computer has a static dhcp, and that I needed to make it obtain one automatically. I went to tcp/ip properties and did that, and rebooted it, and rebooted the modem/router, and it still gave me that message.|
I confirmed in ipconfig/all that the ip indeed had changed from 192.168.1.2 to 192.168.1.37 (or something, but it was different). I did another ipconfig/all and saw that the dhcp address was 192.168.1.1, which is the ip of our main windows 2000 server. I do know that dhcp is turned on on that machine. If I turn it off do you think that would allow it to connect correctly?