Hi everyone. Need some help from anyone who has used Telus high speed internet from Canada. I mistakenly disconnected the ethernet connection from my ADSL to my Airport G base station in order to plug it into another,non wireless-capable computer. Big mistake. immediately I was unable to hook on to the net anymore. The problem is that Telus limits you to only 2 dynamic MAC addresses. I set up my wireless network over 1 year ago with the help of someone from Apple as I couldn't get the base station to act as a router instead of a switch. So, when I replugged the ethernet cable back to the Airport base station, I suppose that Telus had reset the MAC addreses assigned to our account. After 1.5 hours with Telus help (they didn't).....I am no further ahead. I can see and hook up to my Airport network on any of our 3 computers (2 imacs and 1 MacBook) but I can't hook up to the net using Airport. Any attempt at firing up a web browser redirects me to Telus' login page where it asks you to either automatically or mannually register your computer's MAC addresses. One of them is the MAC address for the Airport wireless (the 00:11:24:A7: etc etc) besides the tiny Airport logo. For the second MAC address, I tried to manually input the MAC address of the Airport ethernet port (the number: letter combo besides the ethernet logo; its where the ethernet cable is attached to teh base station from my Telus ADSL modem, but then none of my computers can hook onto the net and are redirected to the login page. I can blip out the ethernet MAC address and force the MAC address for any one computer, but that prevents the other 2 from joining. I have restarted all computers, released/renewed DHCP for all computers, turned the Airport on and off more times than I can count. What am I doing wrong? Please help.