I have an Airport Extreme Base Station (one of the n ones, but pre gigabit LAN, I purchased near the end of June) here which is operating extremely slowly. It worked well up until about a week ago. Then all of a sudden web browsing became unbearably slow. To give some idea of unbearably slow it takes 19 seconds to load forums.macrumors.com, as opposed to less than 2 seconds on my desktop on the same internet connection. I have a Linksys router connected directly to my Cable modem (we have a 5Mb/s connection), and the AEB is plugged into the Linksys. I have tried using it both in "Bridge Mode", and with NAT but it doesn't make any difference. The desktop I am typing from is plugged directly into the Linksys router as are 4 other desktops and connection speeds on these are all as good as ever. It isn't just the wireless either, plugging into the AEB results in similarly miserable speeds. I have done both soft and hard resets on the AEB, I have tried every setting I can think of, but nothing makes any difference. It is probably worth noting that the Linksys router's configuration page (192.168.1.1) loads just as fast as ever when the AEB is in bridge mode. Does anyone have any ideas? I really like this router, but this is simply unacceptable to me, its worse than dial up. Oh, also, large transfers don't seem to be slowed down at all, like maybe its just the initial connection. If I use scp to transfer something from my desktop via the AEB it takes it longer to connect than if I were doing it from work via the internet, but once the transfer is started it goes just like it always has.