Hi, I could do with some advice. I live in France in the middle of no-where and good advice is hard to find. I have a main house and two gites and a reasonably large area outside to cover. I run an English language school for french business people in the countryside. The wi-fi network needs to be mixed mode and no security. Currently my ISP is Tooway, 10MB down. The Tooway Nordnetbox router is a pile of Dingo's dooberries. As it also runs the phones I can't bin it, or can I? This is plugged into an Apple Time Capsule (ATC) in the main house. The two Gites have a TP-Link Wi-Fi Range extender (TL-WA830RE) in each one connected by Cat V seperately from the main house and into the ATC router. The main house also has two Netgear WNHD3004 access points in to extend wi-fi coverage. Originally the idea was to put the netgear AP's in the Gites because they have ethernet ports therefore I could connect Apple TV, Freesat boxes etc. However they just don't seem to work down there. Email fails, ineternet is soso and the ATV's just don't connect at all. Replacing them with the TP-Link RE's and I have no problem, except no ethernet connections. I've put the Netgears in the main house and Internet is patchy and they don't seem to want to allow the EyeTV Netstream to work. There is obviously some sort of conflict going on somewhere. I therefore need to replace the two Gite TP-Links with a range extender with ethernet and move the range extender's to the main house and bin the Netgears. Anyone have some thoughts and suggestions?