Ok so I have been looking around about MacBook Wireless WEP connection issues, which see to be abound. However, I haven't encountered anybody else having the issue I have. I'm using a Motorola SBG900 router from my cable company with my standard MacBook. The wireless has the following settings: - 64-bit WEP Key (I have used 128, neither works. Also, WEP is the only security option on this router) - Open Access on the Router - I have tried using both the $ method and putting in the key without it. Here is the issue: my computer will connect to the network when it is unsecured anywhere in the house, but when the WEP key is on, there is one room it won't connect in. The wireless is downstairs, and I am trying to connect upstairs. In the room right above the downstairs room where the router is, it will connect with the WEP key and without. But if I go across the hall, the router will only connect with the unsecured network. If I put on the WEP key, every single time, no matter how I type the key, Airport tells me I have the wrong password. It shouldn't be a signal issue, because when I remove the WEP security, I can connect just fine with between 2 and 3 bars. Any ideas?