Hey guys, I am faced with a dilemma that has me scratching my head and making me embarrassed to be a networking student. Here's my situation: My blu-ray player needs to access the internet (regularly) for BD Live features. My blu-ray player is in my room. My router is in the basement. Enter rage. I have connected the blu-ray player directly to my router before and there was no problem, but I do not want to have to do that all the time. I saw some Youtube vids showing that with Internet Sharing, such a thing might be possible. I wanna use my Early 2008 White Macbook to share internet with the player. So I went into Internet Sharing and set it up to Share Connection from Airport and set To Computers Using Ethernet. Alas, this doesn't work. I get a "Cannot communicate properly with DHCP server." The player said the type of cable might be wrong. So would a crossover cable fix this? I thought Macs don't need crossovers anymore due to that auto-switching feature that is present in all OSes lately? Any ideas? Thoughts?