I have a 3 month old Airport Extreme Base Station(dual band) running a secured 2.4 and 5GHz network. It is dropping it's wireless internet(not signal, just internet) on my 13" Unibody MBP at least 2 or 3 times per day. Not at a certain time, or under certain circumstances, and I can't replicate it. My computer will continue to see the networks(named airFORBUSH and airFORBUSH(5GHz)), but there will be no internet, and it won't stay connected to them. If I connect to the network named "FORBUSH", which is our Linksys network, it connects and is up and running again, so I know it's not our ISP. Here's my setup in my house(I'm the only one having this issue, since I'm the only one running wireless on the AEBS). Linksys WRT54G Router(feeding everything listed below, wirelessly unless otherwise noted) Windows Desktop Computer(via ethernet) 500GB NAS Machine(via ethernet) 13" Macbook 12" Powerbook 15" Junk Dell Notebook 15" Junk Toshiba Notebook Nintendo Wii 2 Nintendo DS's 1 Nintendo DSi Airport Extreme(via ethernet) And then the Airport Extreme is feeding: 1TB Iomega HD(via USB, obviously. Used for wireless TM backups without a hitch since 10.6.1) PowerMac G4(via ethernet) xBox 360(via ethernet) 13" Macbook Pro 13" Blackbook iPhone 3GS It's very seldom(if ever), that all of these devices are being used at once, but I just want to be clear on the way everything is set up. Does the Airport Extreme have the default 1 year applecare on it? Should I just take it in? Any other suggestions to troubleshoot? Thanks.