Hi, I know there are many threads on it. But nowhere have I been able to find a clear answer as to whether it is possible or not to perform the following: - I have an internet box from which I get the connection to Internet - I have a third-party (Linksys) router that does my routing and my wifi - My home is built in a way so that I cannot get wifi everywhere (possibly because the Linksys has crappy range), though I think one extra spot would help Can I use an Airport Express device to extend my Linksys' wifi coverage? Many threads exist but all contradict on whether it is possible or not to extend non-Apple-based networks with an Apple device. If not, does the following architecture work?: - Linksys still there to be doing my wired-ethernet routing - One Airport Express device plugged to the switch of the Linksys and that delivers wifi - A second Airport Express plugged in another room that only extends wifi provided by the first one If this still is not possible, what would be? By now, if you're still reading, you must have gotten a clue of what I am trying to achieve The thing I'd like to avoid is to have to replace the Linksys by the Airport Extreme that could do my wired-Ethernet routing and still have to get an express one for range extension... Thank you.