Hey, A few days ago I made a post where I was thinking of switching to Linux. And I have done it now and I want to share my fist experiences with Linux so far. Sorry if this post is a mess, I am not the best at formatting and English isn't my fist language either so there will most likely be a lot of grammatical errors (feel free to point them out).
How to set up Timed Access Control on your Apple AirPort Apr 16, 2017 Apple’s Done Making Airport Routers, So Try These Instead Eero places such a premium on design and usability that it feels like the mesh router Apple would have made if it had bothered. It comes as both a base station and a smaller, plug-into-the-wall Amazon®.com: Apple AirPort Time Capsule (2TB Storage)
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Jan 29, 2018 · The instructions are for the AirPort Extreme in the Time Capsule, but I believe this should be the same for a standard AirPort Extreme as well. I recently got an Apple Time Capsule to replace my old linksys cable router.
Avery is on the money with his response. I put my Time Capsule in Bridge mode and turned off the networking using Apple’s Network Utility. Unplugged the TC from my FIOS router (turn off the networking/ radio on it too).
The issue is that my routers are all fifth and sixth generation (the latest) Apple Time Capsules / Airport Extremes. Apparently, Cox's IPV6 system has always had issues with these Apple routers to the point where Cox finally suggested that everyone using such routers disable IPV6 connectivity. Connecting AirPort Extreme, Time Capsule or Airport Then launch Airport Utility and select AirPort Time Capsule or AirPort Extreme from the window and press edit. Select the ‘Wireless’ tab and find the drop-down menu under ‘Network Mode.’ Then select ‘Off’ to disable any wireless networks created by your Time Capsule or Extreme. Next, select the ‘Network’ tab. Apple's AirPort in the age of mesh networking | iMore