Configuring manual settings on an airport base station


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Configuring manual settings on an airport base station

You can access the more interesting settings by double-clicking on a Base Station you want to configure or by clicking the Manual Setup button. I will double-click on my AirPort Express, and in this AirPort tab, we will first see the Summary tab and here is an overview of how your AirPort Base Station is set up. One thing to notice is this Status button. Currently, everything is working well on our AirPort Base Station, that's why you see the green light. If I were to click this, it would tell me "Hey, look, everything is good." But if you see a yellow light or if you see a red light, that indicates the things are not good.

Now, sometimes if it's just a single error that can quickly be corrected, it will say Ethernet cable is unplugged for example, there is something wrong and it will tell you what that is. However, it may just say you have an error. If you click on the Yellow or Red, you will get more details on what that error might be. In the next tab, in Base Station, you see...

Configuring manual settings on an airport base station
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Configuring manual settings on an airport base station provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Beyond the Basics

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Business
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