Hi all, I am hoping someone can help configure my AirPort settings to configure a problem I've been having for a while. In my household, there can be around 4+ devices connected at any one time (TV, laptops/desktop, Wii etc). My setup is an AirPort Extreme base station, which is connected to a Draytek Vigor 120 DSL modem. Sometimes, when I type in a URL in the address bar, my browser will partly load a page and will then show that the page is loading for ages, but it won't load. I can sometimes hit reload and the page will load immediately. Initially, I thought this was a website issue, but it seems to happen across a number of different sites. It's not just one computer either, I've experienced this across my laptops and desktop. I recently decided to stare at the various activity LEDs on my modem after typing in a URL. You know how the activity LED flashes to indicate that it's sending/receiving data? I noticed that the light wasn't flashing when a blank page showed as 'loading' in my browser. It took about 6-7 seconds, and then the activity light flashed whilst the page loaded. Now, this doesn't always happen. I have a feeling this is an issue that could possibly be affected by how many devices are connected to the network at any one time, possibly something to do with handing out IP addresses? I'm not technically inclined enough to work it out, though. Based on my setup mentioned near the begining of this post, can anyone tell me what my settings should be please? I've had a look on the Internet tab in AirPort Utility. There is a section called Internet Connection, where I have the following settings: Comnnect using: Ethernet Ethernet WAN Port: Automatic (default) Connection Sharing: Share a public IP address For the Connection Sharing option above, there are two other options I can choose from, 'Distribute a range of IP addresses' or 'Off (bridge mode)'. Have I got the right setting selected? Slightly unrelated, but does anyone if I can get a shorter plug adapter for the Airport base station? My base station sits very close to the modem, and the long wiring to plug it in is completely unnecessary. Any help/advice would be most appreciated.