Ok, let's throw something else in the mix that has been confusing me.
Our server that is connected to the FVS router is the DHCP server on our network. So neither the FVS or the wireless router do the DHCP. And last night, I was leaving the FVS and wireless router with the DHCP disabled, like we need. But when the computers would try to connect to the wireless router, they couldn't get to the DHCP for some reason. Is there some setting on the FVS or wireless router that needs to be set to allow the devices to send DHCP requests to our server (192.168.0.4)? That is the biggest problem I'm having now. When I set the IP addresses to manual in the 192.168.0.* range, it all works fine (with the gateway being 192.168.0.4). Just not DHCP.
[edit: I see from the site you gave me that sometimes, DHCP can't find it's way through the network configuration. You think that's my problem? Also, all of our computers logon through our Windows Server 2003 server, and it's currently set up as the DHCP server. Would it harm our network to use the FVS as the DHCP server? Would that mess anything up?]
Thanks for your help!
Edited by JohnDubya, 31 August 2007 - 02:21 PM.