- Check what address XP gave it's NIC when you selected ICS. I have seen it meddle here before.
- Allow dialup to set default gateway (where I send for addresses I have never heard of) for XP.
- Set router address in same subnet as the XP NIC (probably 192.168.0.x)
- Set router gateway to XP NIC address
- Set SuSe address in XP subnet.
- Set SuSe gateway to router address or XP NIC address.
XP knows how to find the internet from details it gets when it dials up.
XP knows how to find addresses on it's NIC subnet (thats what the subnet mask is for)
Router and SuSe know how to find addresses in their subnet directly (including XP)
The default route says "If you don't know, pass it here and it will deal with it" = XP
Note that if your router is a real router and not a hub or switch, it probably should have one address for each port in a different subnet (192.168.0.x, 192.168.1.x), and SuSe would need an address in the subnet of the port it is attached to, and the router as its default route rather than XP. If the 'router' works as a switch or hub, then its addresses should be irrelevent(sp?).