Just some random things to try: Can airport see the router when the router is not plugged into the network? Get Mac Stumbler to help if you can see the wireless network. ( http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/14746 ). If the router is broadcasting a SSID, then this should find it. If SSID is turned off, then you have to know the correct ID and WEP to get access to the router (not usually the default) On the router, did you disable the DHCP server? If you are using the uplink, then its going to try to hand out addresses to everything on the local network. That could also be messing with the local settings you need to have like dns. Instead of going from the network to the uplink, what about network to the wan port? Seeing the config settings makes me think the power "poser" is set right, but you might check that again... does the router seem to get hot quick? On Apr 12, 2004, at 9:37 PM, Eric Richardson wrote: > I bought a syslink wireless router, 802.11g in America that a friend > brought over to Korea. We bought a poser cord appropriate for > conversion between Korean power and the router. We are having trouble > making it work. > > I am trying to plug it into a switcher box on a large network. > Although it sees the uplink to the network by the little green light, > the Airport card doesn't see it, and a wired connection through one of > the 4 ports is not recognized either by the Mac (X.3 on a G4 iBook) or > by a Windows XP machine. However, we can get into the configuration > menu via a web browser thru the wired connections. > > What could I be missing? When I have done this before, it has been > pretty much plug and play.