Here is what I want to do, but from reading the info on Apple's site, I can't tell if this will work or not: The main router for the house is a NetGear router. Unfortunately, the signal does not reach certain rooms of the house. I currently have an ethernet port in one of those rooms which is wired from the output of the main router (not sure how to say this - it's basically connected via ethernet cable to the main router as if it were a computer). That port has another NetGear router connected to it, which gives a wireless signal which I've set up with a different SSID. Unfortunately, that router is pretty old, and drops the signal constantly. The ethernet port itself works fine when hard-wired, but going through the router, it's a mess. I was thinking of getting an AirPort Express to use the same way - it would receive its internet signal through an ethernet cable which is basically coming from the output of the main NetGear router. I understand that the AirPort Express won't act as a repeater of the SSID from the main router, but I basically want to use it as another wireless access point that gets its internet from the main router. I'm sure that's all clear as mud. Can anyone tell me if that would work? Or would I need to get an AirPort Extreme base station as well to substitute for my main NetGear router?