Currently Being ModeratedJan 27, 2013 1:49 PM (in response to AidyTT)
Anytime you change networking hardware it is always a good idea to perform a complete power recycle of that hardware. Please check out the following AirPort User Tip for details.
For IPv6, unless your ISP fully supports IPv6, you can leave these settings at their defaults.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 12, 2013 4:50 AM (in response to Tesserax)
Thanks for the advice, I've tried that but to no avail could it be to do with some internal settings on the router?
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 12, 2013 5:15 AM (in response to AidyTT)
Had this problem only once - green light but no internet. Reset the Airport Extreme and then reconfigure or reload configuration from backup file. Worked for me.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 15, 2013 9:36 AM (in response to AidyTT)
If you have performed the 'factory default' reset, then your AirPort would default to broadcasting an unsecured wireless network with a network name of something like: Apple Network NNNNNN. It would also be configured as a DHCP client so that the Internet modem could pass along the ISP's IP information. If the DLink modem is actually a combination modem & router (or gateway) device, then the AirPort would need to be further configured as a bridge. This would allow the DLink to provide the necessary NAT & DHCP services so that clients connected to either router would be able to access the Internet.