Hello folks, I need som assistance on my network connection at home. My setup looks like this: DSL cable goes into my Modem/Router which outputs a Wi-Fi signal 1st AirPort Express (A) connects to said Wi-Fi signal Ethernet cable from AirPort Express (A) goes into AirPort Express (B) which creates a new Network named something else than the original network Devices can all connect to the new network but only a few can obtain an IP-address that they can use and have an active internet conncetion What follows is a list of my devices and how they are setup and/or how the Wi-Fi works on said devices: 42'' Sony Bravia TV; Had some issues in the beginning but has since caught an IP that it can use and has always had a stable and strong internet connection since... (Has been on standby since, so it might have kept the connection active) When setting up this TV, I chose to enter network settings manually (IP-address, Subnet mask, DNS server, Router address) Sony Playstation 4; Had some issues in the beginning but as the TV once it caught an IP-address it worked if I only put it in sleep-mode. I tried to turn off the PS4 completely and it lost a valid connection. It can connect and obtain the IP-address (because I, as with the TV, input it manually) but now there is no connection coming through here. Retina MacBook Pro 13''; Often it creates a self-assigned IP 169.x.x.x, where I cannot connect to the internet. When I try to assign one myself, it shows a full Wi-Fi icon (which makes it seem that there is a connection) but there is no internet access iPhone 5; Often cannot get any connection if I try to turn Wi-Fi on/off or turn on airplane mode, this does NOT fix the problem. If I'm out of my house and come back it often gets on the network and obtains an IP and works by itself. Enterring the IP myself on the device does not work here either Desktop Windows computer; More often than not it cannot get a clean internet connection even if it can obtain an IP address Now as far as I can tell this seems to be an issue with DHCP not being able to distribute IP-addresses properly and/or DHCP not recognizing them when I assign them myself. I've tried to assign specific IP-addresses to the specific devices (using their MAC-addresses) and manually inputting them but this did not help either. This means that my connection either works and works perfectly or does not work at all and that there is nothing I can do to get it to work. Maybe it's because AirPort (A) only obtains up to 2-3 ip-addresses? This seems weird though since under my router/modem settings I can see all of my devices and their IP-addresses. Previously I had an ethernet cable from my modem/router to the first AirPort (A) but this solution does not work for me since I go from 30Mbit/s to 10Mbit/s whereas with this setup, when it works, I can keep a stable 25-28Mbit/s. Anyone has any idea what I am doing wrong?