I'm trying to connect a second Mac to my Airport Internet connection. I already have a Powerbook connected (wireless) and I want to add a Mac Mini to the network. The mini does not have Airport and so needs to connect to the Base Station physically via LAN port. However, my modem has only one ethernet port and this requires me to connect to the LAN port on the base station (it won't transmit the wireless signal to the powerbook via the WAN port). This therefore excludes me from connecting the mini to the base station, as the mini can't connect to the internet via WAN (is this true?) When I spoke to my local Apple dealer, they said that it is very difficult to fit an airport card to a mini after it's left the factory (pre-configured is the only realistic option for airport card on a mini, they said). They recommended that I ditch the Airport Base Station and buy a Belkin or Netgear router with several ethernet ports. But I don't really want to buy another wireless router as Airport is OK. When I spoke to Applecare they said that an Ethernet Hub could be the solution. I was wondering if there is such a thing as a 'plug-in' adapter to split the ethernet port on the base station to allow for two ethernet connections to the LAN port there? Has anyone else got a similar set up? Is an ethernet hub the best (and cheapest) solution to this issue? If so, what additional type lead would I need to connect the hub to the base station? Grateful for any suggestions, and apologies is this issue has been discussed elsewhere on MF. Thanks.