Hello all, I recently purchased a Time Capsule and an AirPort Express (802.11n) to expand the network in my house, however I am running into some trouble getting it set up the way that I would like. Maybe somebody can lead me in the right direction as to what to do (or if I'm barking up the wrong tree). I've attached three pictures describing the network topology I originally had, the topology I currently have gotten set up and the topology I would ideally like to have. Original Setup Linksys WRT54GS Router supporting entire network. The router is in one room and all of my devices are in another. MacBook Pro, Wii, and WinXP PC all attached wirelessly. WinXP PC successfully sharing an All-in-one Printer (though scanning is only possible from the WinXP computer). WinXP network card being used to provide internet to a DirecTV HD DVR, though this had problems and didn't always work properly. Current Setup Added TC and AE to network. TC is in same room as Linksys, AE is in same room as all other devices. TC is set to bridge mode and AE is extending TC network. These two create a separate 5GHz 802.11n network. With bridge mode, the Linksys administers IP addresses for everything. MacBook Pro connects to N network wirelessly, WinXP PC and Wii connect to B/G network wirelessly. DirecTV HD DVR connects to ethernet port on AE. This solves connectivity problems and HD DVR now works fine with internet. My MBP however, is no longer able to see the printer on my WinXP PC, even though it can successfully connect to the PC and browse files on it. I am not interested in hooking my printer up to USB on the AE or TC, as I would like to keep scanning capability. Desired Setup I have an old D-Link DI-604 (4-port router) laying around, and I was thinking that maybe I could hook this up to the AE and then connect all my other devices (DirecTV HD DVR, Wii, and WinXP PC) through that. I would have to set up the DI-604 to bridge mode (something I am having trouble figuring out how to do, any suggestions appreciated). As this would cause all my devices to be "inside" the Time Capsule, I could then turn DHCP on the TC, and wall it off from the Linksys. I don't want to remove the Linksys, because it is my roommates' router which they would still use. This setup would be beneficial in that it would kind of wall off my devices from evertyhing else in the house. So I guess what it boils down to is two main questions: 1) Why isn't my shared printing working in my current setup? 2) Is it possible to attached a router to the AE to connect multiple wired devices to it? 2a) If so, how do I set up the DI-604 in bridge mode? Sorry for the long winded post, but I've been trying to configure this stuff and haven't been able to figure out these problems. Thanks for any responses!