Marvin - Just set the DNS to your router's local IP address (usually 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1) The gateway should also be your router's address.
Your mask will probably be 255.255.255.0
That "last qualifer" is called and "octet". You can set it to anything from 1 - 255 as long as it's outside your router's DHCP range. For example, my router uses .001 through .100 for DHCP, and I assign my Denon and DirecTV boxes static IPs above .200.
Thanks Wilbur. I tried making those changes but had the same problems as the previous time I changed the DNS setting.
I looked at the instructions for the wireless bridge and I now think the problem may be that I didn't set up WPS correctly (if at all). I tried going thru their procedure last night: pressing a button on the wireless bridge, then going into the setup menu for the router ( I wasn't sure if my router (Cisco WRT54G2 has a WPS button) - but the setup menu got hung up at 98% as it was searching for a wireless client or whatever.
I searched and found that other people with my router had the same problem. I'm not sure how many were able to get past it. Anyone here familiar with this?
Anyway, I'll try the same procedure again tonite. The wireless bridge manual has a second procedure for non-WPS enabled routers. If the first procedure doesn't work, I'll try that one.