I need some help, please! I have been all over the net trying to make this setup work: DSL modem -> AirportExtreme BS (to be used in 802.11n-only) ->Netgear MIMO router (to be used in 802.11b+g only) The two wireless routers each have a unique SSID. Right now, I have both routers distributing IP addresses: AEBS: 192.168.0.1 -> 192.168.0.2~199 Netgear: 192.168.1.1 -> 192.168.1.200~254 Everything works as expected. I have a MacPro and MacBook connecting to the AEBS via 802.11n. There is a NAS attached via ethernet to the AEBS. I can connect to the NAS and the computers no problem. On the Netgear side of things I have various b+g devices connecting to the internet and all is well. Now, what I would like to accomplish: I want to be able to connect to the AEBS network from the Netgear router and vice-versa. So that a PS3 on the b+g network can connect to the NAS on the AEBS and use it as a media server. Or I can use my wife's laptop to VNC into my MacPro. I tried everything under the sun - turn DHCP off on the netgear, manual ip setups, and there was some success, but nothing that would make it transparent and easy. I don't want to extend the network with the Netgear router, because I do enjoy the added speed of the 802.11n. Any ideas? Thanks.