I know the title isn't very telling, but that's how vague and weird this little group of problems is. Here's the layout of the network. We have three public IP's from our ISP that are routed through an older sonicwall router using one-to-one NAT. We'll call them .241 .242 and .243. The way it's currently set up, on the WAN settings of the Router, it has .241 listed as the "WAN Gateway (Router) address", and .242 as the "SonicWall WAN IP (NAT Public) Address". Under "one-to-one NAT", it has .243 pointed to the local server here, at 192.168.10.3. The server functions as the local DNS server and DHCP server. Now, for some STRANGE reason, it hands out IP addresses no problem and everything works awesomely up until we get past 192.168.10.50. Once IP addresses start getting assigned higher than that, they just refuse to connect to the internet. All of the IP info is coming correct, IP 192.168.10.52 SUBNET 255.255.255.0 GATEWAY 192.168.10.1 DNS 192.168.10.3 But it just goes nowhere. I have DHCP set up to assign IP's all the way up to .75 so that's good. I just have no idea where this could be locking up as I don't use windows servers as DHCP servers very often. Someone set this up a LONG time ago. Any clue what the problem might be? I'm tearing my hair out here.