Hi all. I bought an iBook today, so it looks like I am doomed to be a newbie for at least another month. Thanks for bearing with me. Here's the situation. I have a Linksys wireless router for use with Roadrunner. (I know the Linksys makes this not a just-Apple question, but judging by other threads it looks like a lot of you use the same thing, so... ) Until today, there was two PC's and my iMac on the network, and everything worked just fine. I just now tried to get my new iBook to cooperate, and it just won't. In the Network settings, the computer is receiving an IP address from the router, and it is the correct one. The only difference in the whole screen between this machine and the iMac is that on the iMac the "Router" field has an IP but it is blank on the iBook. I am completely unable to get on the web and receive the "no such host error" when I try to do so. If I turn AppleTalk on, the iMac is unable to see the iBook. Also - now here's the weird part - I'm having trouble connecting to the router administration pages from any of the computers on the network. If I reset the router, I can access the admin page once, but that's it. When I do, and click the "DHCP" tab, all four computers are listed BUT - both the iMac and the iBook say "Cleo's iMac" even though the computer name is very clearly "Cleo's iBook" for the iBook. I am sooooo stumped. If anyone can give me any idea of how to fix this, I would be forever indebted. My iMac got on the network so flawlessly that I guess I've been spoiled. Thanks!