Currently Being ModeratedOct 9, 2012 7:53 PM (in response to Badrakumar)
Thanks for the reply - a blinking amber light indicates a connectivity problem with the internet or some other error - you can see what the error is by using the Airport Utility - and make sure that there is no firmware upgrade available - sometimes the problem is solved simply by re-powering the system starting with the modem and proceeding down the line - however in your case, I would recommend switching the 2 Expresses and put the new one after the modem and use the older one as the extender - I would set up the new one first and then older one - I would do a factory reset on each unit before you do this - consider these options and let me know how you make out.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 11, 2012 2:12 AM (in response to Badrakumar)
I had to reset both the Airports (Old and new) back to factory setting. This removed all the old configuration data.
Plugged the new one and connected the Internet by Ethernet cable. Successful configuration
Plugged the old one and configured it to extend the old network.
Interned > New Airport > Old Airport.
It is working well. Both showing continuous green light and full connection
Thanks for the help