Hey all, I recently picked up a 4th gen airport extreme with the 2Tb time capsule. My intention was to add this to my existing network as a Time Machine backup location as well as to extend my wired network a bit. My main router is a Netgear Nighthawk D7000 and has been flawless since I got it several years ago. Basically, I am using the Time Capsule as a glorified switch to add two extra gigabit ethernet ports to my wired network as well as give me a networked data drive. My issue is that the Time Capsule seems to not be playing nice on the network. I have set it up with the wireless switched off and the network in Bridged mode. I have the WAN port plugged into one of the LAN ports on the Nighthawk and have three other network devices plugged into the LAN ports of the Time Capsule. One of those devices is my Accurite Wireless receiver for my weather station. Since the reconfigure I have been getting notifications from Accurite that they are losing the connection to the receiver for two hours or more occasionally. In order to troubleshoot this I took a look at the information in the Nighthawk management menus and found a couple strange issues. 1. The Time Capsule has requested (and been assigned) two different IP addresses. 2. In the event logs I am seeing that the Time Capsule is requesting an IP address about once per minute which seems very excessive. I tried to get the Time Capsule to calm down by reserving a specific IP address for it in the Nighthawk as well as turning off DHCP in the Time Capsule and setting it to a static IP address to match. Much to my chagrin it still requested a second IP address and the network stability issues continued. The time capsule is reporting its IP address as the one I assigned it and there is no mention of the second phantom address. Any ideas what the problem is? This seems like it should work just fine but I cannot abide the network instability it is causing. p.s. I am not interested in hearing why I should just switch out the Nighthawk for the Airport.