I'll be going to uni overseas next scholar year (hopefully). Thing is, no one in my family is able to maintain the network, and so I'm looking into ways on how to get into my 1st gen express (but to be replaced with the 802.11ac Extreme soon). The set-up currently looks like this: The modem/wifi/TV ISP hybrid (aka bbox, from Belgacom) is my first router, essentially, but has wi-fi disabled because it's pretty unreliable. Via LAN, I have the airport connected on Bridge mode. This means all DHCP is done on the bbox itself and the airport is just broadcasting that. The idea is that I will be accessing this airport from Scotland, but now how to get to it? First, it's behind that dumb b-box router. If I were to somewhat bypass that thing, I'd have to connect via PPPoE (right?) and to be honest that is totally beyond me. The IP is dynamic, so I'd have to figure out a way to get a "static" IP like the late DynDNS to work with the airport exprerss. Maybe No-IP.org? OpenDNS? Could anyone please help me with this? thanks in advance!