Hey guys, I've been using my ethernet port on my iMac to share its airport connection to my Xbox 360, been doing so for a good six months... Now today, I was midning my own business playing Halo 3 online when we have a power falier (Well, my step dad switched the power box thingo off, so it wasnt a surge). Not the first time its happened so meh I restart both computer and xbox to find I'm not getting any connection across. After diagnosting it all to work out what the issue is, it came to be that under System Pref's, my "Built-in Ethernet" light is Red for some reason. Making sure that it was the Mac at fault, I tried Pinging the Xbox, Pinging a (Vista) laptop, and Pinging itself. All failed. I have tried my 360 with the laptop and it worked absolutly fine, I used the same network cable as I used iMac > 360. Another strange thing is that since the power failer, my boot times have been slower... Are there any other tests I can undergo to diagnose that it is the Ethernet Card at fault? Has anyone ever heard of a power outage (not a surge) causing the frying of a ethernet port?? Any help would be greatly appreciated!