Here are the details: Subnets & DHCP": - Device IPv4 Address: 192.168.1.254 (this is the default) - DHCPv4 Start Address: 192.168.1.1 - DHCPv4 End Address: 192.168.1.1 (This tells the NVG510 to only allocate one address to a device connected to it) 2. Make sure the home router allocates DHCP addresses on the LAN on a different range than 192.168.1For example, 192.168.2will work (with a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0) or 10.0.0.1 will work (with a subnet mask of 255.255.0.0)2. Tell the router to use a fixed WAN IP address (to not use DHCP to get an IP address from the NVG510).Luckily, the nice people at the AT&T forum have found a workaround.Making it work requires configuring both the NVG510 and the router manually. When you finished part 2 “Connect to the Internet” and returned to the SBS Console you now choose “Setup your internet address” to start the wizard.This domain name will be setup for use as your e-mail address but also for remote web access (web workplace, outlook web access, etc).
I never used this option because most company’s already own one or more domain names.Then, in this router, set the DNS servers manually.To see how to do all of these, see question 6 below describing how to force the NVG510 into "bridge" mode.I created this page while being a grad student, and Ph D students always have use for more Pizza, or books, so please consider supporting grad students at Cal, this way they can find a cure for cancer, or fix AT&T blunders. With this wizard we are going to setup your default domain name for use with the SBS server.