I have an existing Netgear MR814v2 wireless router set-up that works fine with two PC's and I have an older G3 MAC plugged into one of the ports. I recently bought an airport card for an older ibook and can't connect to the router via wireless. Plugging it in via ethernet works fine, wireless does not. Facts: -netgear router is broadcasting the wireless networks ssid -dhcp is enabled by default and all settings are factory default except i changed the ssid -Wep is disabled on router -firmware has been upgraded to 5.03 on netgear -ibook is running os9.2.2 with airport 2.0.4 software -signal strength is almost the max as seen by airport card software on ibook - The router see's the ibook and the airport cards MAC address -The ibook airport control panel sees the network ssid and router MAC address but keeps coming back saying it can't connect to the "airport network" -The TCP/IP control panel says AIRPORT on the ibook, but the ip address that appears is not that allowed by the router (e.g. 168.0.1.X). I hard coded the ip addresses in the tcp/ip panel and still no dice Netgear tech support is useless. Any ideas as I am pretty much ready to send the airport card back to apple and get a refund. Any ideas that anyone has are appreciated.