I have just set up my new 802.11n Airport Express in Bridge mode - I have a Netgear DG834 router plugged into it via a new ethernet cable and another ethernet cable from the router into my G5 iMac. I bought the Airport Express so that I can use a Samsung NC10 netbook (using Windows XP) wirelessly (Airport Utility is installed on the iMac). The NC10 shows excellent signal strength and never appears to actually drop the connection (and the the solid green LED remains lit on the AX), but the "cannot display the webpage" page constantly opens. The wired connection to the iMac is perfectly stable. The only way to display the site you want is to manually disconnect and reconnect each time. It's extremely annoying as the connection is actually far more reliable when using the house next door's unsecured wifi, and is faultless when connecting via a wireless router elsewhere. Streaming video (BBC iPlayer) works perfectly with no breaks or hesitation, but random surfing constantly brings up the "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" page when attempting to navigate to a new page. As well as displaying the "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" page, Internet Explorer freezes (no progress bar) when clicking on a link. Signal strength is shown as excellent (it's only a few feet away) and the connection is never actually lost. The only way I've found to solve it is to manually disconnect from and reconnect to the Airport Express network each time you want to navigate to another webpage. I've done several Factory Default resets, done the set up again and changed channels but it's still the same. Can anyone suggest a solution or different settings to try? At the moment, it's virtually unusable. Thanks.