I've scoured the forums and so far nothing has done the trick, so I'm hoping a direct question might work. If anyone out there can help, I'd hugely appreciate it. I bought a new AX recently, mainly for the AirTunes capability. Prior to doing so I was connected to the internet wirelessly via a Linksys 2.4GHz 802.11b router. When I connected the AX it recognized the linksys but wouldn't communicate with it (ie. no airtunes OR internet) so I disabled the linksys and tried just using the AX for AirTunes. That worked, but now I'm up a bit of a creek... Without the use of the linksys (b/c of the AX's location in my house there isn't a phone jack nearby to connect it to the internet) I now have to connect to the internet via a cord plugged directly from the modem to my iMac. That would be fine if I didn't also have a macbook pro, which I'd like to use online simultaneously. The macbook can get on the AX network to use AirTunes no problem, but when I try to access the internet it fails. My question is whether I can use the airtunes network to access the IMac's internet connection, kind of like this: Macbook Pro => Airport Express => Imac => modem => internet Or, if I've just missed something and the linksys router should actually work, that might be good to know also. Like I said, the Macbook can access the network enough to control the stereo via AirTunes, so shouldn't it also be able to use the IMac's connection? Is there a setting that makes the difference? Any help would be great...I'm starting to hit my head against the wall over this one.