I've got an Airport Express, and for some reason, it just isn't sharing our high-speed internet very well. It'll work for a few hours, (green light), then not work for a few hours (flashing orange light) and so on. For weeks. The broadband modem consistantly reports an acceptible signal and IP address, and when I unplug the ethernet cable from the APE and plug it into my an iBook, the ibook can surf fine. (meaning that the internet is there to be had, just not being distributed properly by the APE...) We're running two windows machines and two macs on the network, and there seems to be no rhyme or reason as to when it'll go down. (Both macs are up to date (10.3.9, and firmware in APE has just been updated to 6.1.1) I've downloaded big files overnight without a hitch, and other times it'll quit 5 times in a few hours. None of the settings have been changes, etc. Which leads me to think, interference maybe? Cordless phones, mobile phones, microwaves, etc? But not so sure... When I go into the Airport utility, (and the airport is flashing orange), it yields no IP info. It's as though it's not getting an IP address. (Which it should because when I plug that same ethernet cable into the iBook, it gets an IP address fine...) [And Yes, if I run that utility when the airport is all good (steady green) it shows the IP address.] My (relatively uneducated) determination here is that microwaves, cell phones, cordless phones, etc can't be to blame, since the APE should be getting the IP through the ethernet cable, right? Long story short... Why doesn't it work!?!?!? (I'll now get back in my wahhhmbulance and go have the obligatory networking-woes-beer.) As always, many, MANY thanks to any and all who can offer a helping hand or a few kind words of advice... Cheers.