I have a rather unique setup I haven't been able to find anything about anywhere on the web, much to my suprise. I was hoping you guys could help me a little. I have my xbox in a room completely seperate from my modem (A motorola surfboard) and airport base station. Initially, I had bought two base stations. One I had plugged into my surfboard, broadcasting my network, and my second, I attached to my xbox 360 with the ethernet cable that comes with the 360. This worked fine, the xbox connected to live automatically, and got the full speed of my network, never lagged. But recently, I bought an airport extreme base station, and plugged my surfboard into that instead. Then, when I tried to do the same thing I had done before, connect my 360 and an airport base station with an ethernet cable, it acquired the IP address correctly, but failed the DNS test. I'm not really sure how to remedy this, since the xbox got the correct DNS address automatically. So basically my setup looks like this. Surfboard___Airport extreme base station------(wireless network)-----Airport base station___Xbox 360. this setup used to work with a regular base station connected to the surfboard. I'm wondering is there anything I can do short of throwing away my extreme base station to get this to work? For the record, I have an OSX 10.4.10. This probably isn't the right place for this post, but I wasn't sure where to put it. Hopefully, a moderator can redirect this post to its proper home.