I've recently set-up a small network at home, with a Quicksilver G4 acting as a server, and two Powerbooks that connect to it. Both the Quicksilver and an Aiport Extreme are connected to a router, and then to an ADSL2+ modem and the internet. Now my question is this: mostly I connect to the server with the Powerbooks wirelessly (I have set them up to do this at login), but sometimes when I have a big file to transfer I connect the Powerbook to the router with an ethernet cable. If I have already connected to the server wirelessly, it seems that I have to disconnect, and then reconnect to make use of the ethernet connection. Is this right? Or is there something I can do to make the connection to the server automatically detect that there is the faster option of ethernet available? I guess the question is probably elementary networking, but I am new to it. So thanks for any replies.