So here's what I'm attempting to do: I want to share movies through my XBOX360 via Rivet. I don't want to buy the XBOX wifi adapter. My supplies: Spare wired router 50' Cat5e 6' Cat5e XBOX is 40' (once cord is draped around couch along the floorboard) away from computer. Wireless router for normal network is way too far away around corners to reach. So I have my secondary router hooked up next to my computer, wired to the Xbox and the computer. I want to share videos through the ethernet cable and wired router while accessing the internet through the wifi on my computer. However, it seems to me that I can't have my cake and eat it too. I re-ordered the services through the control panel so that my Airport connection is my primary connection and the ethernet is the secondary connection. However, upon doing this the Xbox will not see Rivet any longer as I'm assuming OSX just ignores the wired connection since it is set as second fiddle. I understand the easy fix to this whole situation is to just suck it up and accept that I can't use the internet while I stream a movie and just unhook/rehook the ethernet cable each time I wish to watch something. However, as stubborn as I am I refuse to accept this until I have kicked and screamed. Any ideas on a method by which I can have my cake and eat it too? This is your challenge, if you choose to accept it.