I have a problem with my DHCP - for some reason my computer and my router seem to disagree about what my IP address is. I've just changed routers, and although the new router seems to be working fine (I can access the internet and network shares via a workgroup), I want to set a static IP address to allow me to forward some ports. This is something that I've done in the past with no problems (with a different router). Have a look at this picture: (sorry about the size) On the left is my router config page, showing the DHCP settings. NB all the IP addresses are in the 192.168.1.x range where x<10. My PC is shown as 192.168.1.5, and the computer name is blank (it should not be blank). On the right you can see that the details for my LAN connection suggest an IP address of 192.168.1.81, as I've set. I have also shown the routing table although that doesn't mean a whole lot to me... The exact same thing is happening with my NAS, which I have also tried to assign a static IP to. The NAS thinks it is 192.168.1.78 (And this is the address I can use to SSH into it) but the router says 192.168.1.3 (and omits the name). I've tried restarting everything several times, and trying different static IPs, nothing seems to have worked. Any ideas?