I had a crashed server so i did 2 things, disabled both onboard nics in the bios and removed a stick of memory, it turned out to be the memory so i re-enabled both nics in the bios. After logging back on i relalised i had cleared the tcp/ip setting in the nic adapter through disabling them in the bios, actually i had to reinstall the drivers as well(thought they would be auto picked up, but this wasn't an issue). So it windows 2000 sbs server, and it's set up so that a cat5 is connected from the router to the one of the servers NICs and another cat5 from the other server NIC to the switch. I think this is done so as to be able to use the server to monitor network traffic i.e send everything through the server. Now the person who set this up has used 2 subnets one for the WAN side of things(192.168.1.2) and one for the LAN side of things(192.168.16.2) i found this info written down - so fact. So as far as i can see all i have to do is hardcode both adapters, an ip, a DG, and dns ips, but i am a stuck here, i just don't have it. I thought maybe just set the LAN adapter and ip of 192.168.16.2, 255.255.255.0, a DG of 192.168.1.1, but not sure about dns ips, i would also need an ISP dns ip if i want to get onto the net. Any help, please, realy stuck and need it down asap.