Sorry, I should have explained better.
I had done nothing with the router, it automatically applied the fix and that fix was to remove all the settings I had entered and basically switched to allow Windows to manage the network...
I hope that makes sense :/m
The error I get is as follows;
DHCP is not enabled for "Local Area Connection".
Then I get Windows to fix it and it removes all if my settings...
Edited by shaneosborne (Mon 09-Sep-13 13:43:30)