For the benefit of non-UK members, the BT (British Telecom, not Bluetooth) Home Hub is an ADSL modem/router that is really a Thompson Speedtouch which BT supply with their broadband service. I've got a HH2 and Airport Extreme Base Station with the AEBS acting as the LAN router both wired and wireless (wireless disabled on the HH2). The HH2 is acting as the DHCP server so the AEBS is running in Bridge Mode. This works fine, except for the poor implementation of DHCP on the HH2, namely that you can't assign your chosen IP addresses to a device, you have to let the HH2 assign one, then select "Always Use This IP address" whereas the AEBS allows you to set your own IP address to a MAC address so I want to have the AEBS as the DHCP server. Seems straightforward enough, yes? Well, I've just spent a couple of hours trying to get it to work but couldn't. I disabled DHCP on the HH2 and set it up on the AEBS and everything worked fine on the LAN, but nothing could access the Internet. I left the HH2 with the IP 192.168.1.254 and tried with that IP both included and not included in the DHCP range on the AEBS. And made sure that IP was in the Router IP on the AEBS. I couldn't ping 192.168.1.254 from anything - wired or wireless - but I have an app on my Mac called WakeOnLAN which has the option to scan the LAN for any devices and 192.168.1.254 showed up on that. I tried restarting the HH2, but that made no difference. As I couldn't access the HH2 at all I had to reset it to factory default. I've disabled DHCP on the AEBS for the time being. The problem, I suspect, is that the HH2 only allows you to set a static IP for itself rather than obtain one via DHCP, or that you can't (AFAICT) set the HH2 in Bridge Mode. Anyone know if it is possible to set the HH2 and AEBS up so that the AEBS is the DHCP server?