Question about Apple AirPort Extreme Router
Use your airport utility, it will guide you thour the setuo, remember, gate way or bridge. you need both, but you need to choice witch one.
Posted on Jan 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had trouble connecting my PC to an airport network that my mac was working just fine on. I found this forum to get an "equivalent network password" and it worked great. The pictures were helpful too. Go to the Airport Utility and Then the "Base Station" header on your mac. Then select "Equivalent Network Password". It will be super long and lots of letters and numbers. Worked for me! Here is the forum: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1790
Good luck, hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
Sure all you have to do is go to ipcomfig re;ease your ip addresses and renew. Once you do this the router should assign a different ip address.
Let me know if you have any problems.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
have you reset the airport extreme? theres a tiny hole you can push in w a paperclip. Also, do you have the latest firmware?
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
Speak with your internet provider, it sounds to me that the apple people didnt know what the problem was without getting down and dirtyy with it so they replaced it hoping for an easy fix. Seems to me that either the internet signal is being interrupted between the isp and your home .. or the motorola modem is having problems. I have never been a fan of motorola modems to begin with. Also the rentals u get from cable companies are used.. and typically subpar bottom of the line equipment that fail often. IF you think you will be using cable internet for years to come, purchase a linksys modem, as it is you are paying $3-5 a month for the rental of the modem. But I digress, speak with your isp and see if they cant troubleshoot the problem.. if 2 airports are having the same problem the chances of it being the airport... slim to none. good luck with all of this post again if nothing changes.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
Yes, you just need to connect the Airport to the modem. That way, the Airport will fetch the internet connection and distribute it to all your WiFi enabled device. You don't need any other hardware. You just need to configure the airport using your Mac computer.
Here's a quick setup guide from Apple.com:
Setup Airport Extreme
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
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