Problem as it stands right now: My Asus RT-N16 router will assign IP addresses to wireless clients, but not wired clients. Additionally, even with a manually assigned (static) address, wired clients can't connect to anything (although Windows will say they're connected). With DHCP enabled on wired clients, they just get APIPA. I've tried (in no particular order): -ipconfig release/renew -Reverting to factory default settings on router. -Reloading latest firmware onto router. (It was already at up-to-date) -Rebooting everything. -Different cables. -Different ports. -Different machines. -Cursing at it under my breath. -Probably some other stuff I'm forgetting. -Different combinations of the above. What happened before the problem: The onboard ethernet NIC in my parents' computer seems to have died sometime between last night and this morning, possibly during a storm. No link/activity lights on it no matter what it's plugged into, so I threw in a random 10/100 NIC I had laying around. I saw the link/activity lights go up on it and got happy, but then I noticed it wouldn't get a DHCP address, so that's when I tried all the troubleshooting above. I'm beginning to worry that the router may have been damaged somehow during a storm or something. I noticed since last night it was rebooting itself a lot, but that stopped today after I reloaded the firmware and loaded default settings. Anybody else have any ideas?