Both of my Macs are connected to my AirPort network that is connected to the DSL. Sometimes I use Ethernet cable to transfer large amounts of data between these two computers, connecting them directly - each end of cable goes directly to the computers' ethernet port. Usually the cable is staying connected to the iMac, but I dont like extra cables sticking out of my MacBook so I connect it only when necessary. So my problem is: when I want to transfer quite a few GBs of data I connect the ethernet cable to MacBook and browse the network for my iMac. All while I'm connected to my wi-fi. This worked, untill I upgraded to Leopard. I have Ethernet above the AirPort in the service list order, but it just refuses to work. When I turn AirPort off it works, but I dont want to turn it off every time! (like when I'm downloading smth from the internet). Do you know what the matter, or is it just Leopard being buggy?