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Upgrade Your Mac Airport Without Damaging Wi-Fi
A series of wireless routers from Apple Inc, AirPort is a small but a powerful
device that lets you easily configure an Internet access point. A variety of
AirPort routers is useful for annexing AirPort-enabled computers to the
Internet, a wired LAN, or other appliances. There are 5 common types of
AirPort routers, including AirPort Express, AirPort Base Station, AirPort
Extreme 802.11n, AirPort Extreme Base Station, and AirPort Time Capsule. As
new routers with enriched features are being launched by Apple frequently, it
is likely that you think of upgrading the latest router and replacing the previous
one. Generally, you need to take an online tech support for Apple airport
router to do so. But following are some of the suggestions that will help you
easily upgrade your Mac Airport without damaging Wi-Fi network.
So, let’s check what these suggestions are and how they can help you make
First of all, you need to do is to plug in your new AirPort subsequently to
your older router. Also make sure that you don't move any wires as it
can damage the settings badly.
After the first step, you simply need to open Settings > Wi-Fi. Wait for
some moments and find a new field showing option for setting up a new
browser and choose a network.
Once you are done with both of these steps, it is high time to move to
the 3rd step that can let you upgrade the router easily. To do so, simply
tap on the new AirPort browser to join it. Once you are connected, then
it will by default help you to broaden your current network. Simply tap
Other Options and then click on Next in order to take things ahead.
Now, choose Replace an Existing router device.
Select if the existing router belongs to Apple Mac AirPort or it is a nonApple router. After this, simply press Next.
Now move ahead and choose the Wi-Fi network being replaced by your
AirPort and enter its password. Do the same if it is required.
Once you are done with the last step, then your AirPort router will
reproduce station's settings. After this step, you will be able to switch
over any Ethernet wires connected to the old router.
If things are not in your favor, then the best thing you can do is to look for a
customer support number for Apple products and get adequate assistance to
easily upgrade the router.
All mentioned-above steps are proven and are likely to help you easily and
conveniently upgrade the existing version of Apple Airport router without
putting any sort of harm to the network settings.