I'm confused about the requirements for Airport express. I have a G5 connected to a Linksys 802.11g router. The G5 does not have an airport card in it.<br><br><br><br>Does that mean that the Airport express cannot just connect using the Linksys router? <br><br><br><br>When did the National Guard turn into the foreign legion?
Thanks Lori, it looks like it should work... weird that it wants me to turn off DHCP IP distribution. I don't know how my powerbook will get an IP if I do that. I think I'll call the brick and morter Apple store this week before I consider buying one.<br><br><br><br>When did the National Guard turn into the foreign legion?
Loc: United States
I didn't have to turn off the DHCP- what I did was just give the AP Express a static IP, and everything else was dynamic...<br><br>Works a lot better, for me at least, than to rely on the alternative...<br><br>[color:red]C'mon...you know me.</font color=red>
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