Yesterday I picked up the new Airport Extreme, and I started to play with it while I was the only one connected. All seemed great, as I was finally getting the same speed I would get connected through cable. (Roughly 700k/s) Then my roommates came home, and they started to connect, and we found things kind of took a slight nose dive. I am on a Macbook, my one roommate is on a Macbook Pro and the other roommate is on a Windows PC. The Macs are connecting through wireless, but the PC is connecting through cable. Once the PC tried to connect, he found that his connection was much slower. It appeared to be a little slower, I'll agree, as websites didnt load as quickly as they once did. I figured it was something to do with the fact that he was on a PC. Then I decided to try loading the same site he had loaded to see if mine was as quick as it was earlier. Unfortunately, it wasn't and I was now also having a slow connection. My other roommate with the Macbook Pro tried a website and found the same thing. My question to you all is, what is causing this? We've done speed tests and found that we are reaching our full speed as stated by the tests, but real world tests as in opening web pages are just much too slow. Is there a setting we need to change on the router? This wasn't a problem with my previous D-Link router. Our wireless speeds weren't very good, but the regular PC was faster. I should also mention that we are signed up on Rogers in Canada, and that we are only signed up for one IP, not 3. We are thining that maybe we may need to now sign up for more IPs. Any help would be greatly appreciated.