Updating airport extreme

Your computer just checks in with Mobile Me to get the address of your Airport Extreme and then opens a connection to it.The other advantage of Back to my Mac is that ISP’s often lease out IP addresses for a limited period of time, after which they may change.If you have your own stories with Firmware 2.4.1, be sure to share them here.Apple today released Air Port Extreme Update 2007-003, an update recommended for all Intel-based Macintosh computers and includes compatibility updates for certain third-party access points configured to use WPA or WPA2 security.

Back to my Mac gets around this by having the computer or Airport Extreme register their current IP address with the Mobile Me service.Back to my Mac will update the IP address automatically on any change.If you do not have the Mobile Me service, you can accomplish the same result by registering your Airport’s public IP address with Dyn DNS or a similar service.Airport Express users get no love (beyond bug fixes) as Air Disk sharing is not supported on those devices.The Mobile Me features allow you to access files that are stored on a USB drive attached to your base station.

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