Can I get a wired linksys router that is succesfully connected to my PC to create a network with a MAC with AE? I have a linksys Befsr42 that is successfully networked with my westell A99-211015-00 (I GUESS; I did this using linksys' easylink download) and I have a network cable going from the linksys to the Apple Airport Express base station for our macbook. We have successfully gotten internet access on the macbook. When we get internet access on the Macbook, we cannot get it on the PC and vice versa. I called apple and they helped me set up a proper network on the macbook but said they do not support linksys. At one point the macbook said the modem has to be in bridge mode. But the westell modem box says it is "wirespeed dual connect bridge." I tried some stuff, all of which I can't even remember now, and at this point the airport express is blinking orange, even though it had been green. The macbook would have full-bar signal strength but not access the internet. Should I get a wireless linksys? Will ANYTHING work? Do I need an adaptor (and I don't even know what that is) I bought what the staples guy said I should get. I really apologize for this, but I know nothing at all and am shocked I could even compose this question (if it is atually coherent). Anyone who answers will have to talk to me like a six-year-old, which is how I feel intellectually after trying to understand all this stuff. Please help! Please please please. edited to say -- what if I get an ethernet card for my PC? Will linksys send a signal to both computers that way. does that make any sense and if it does, will someone explain how to do that, also? I've forgotten everything I ever understood about this, given my current level of confusion.