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Backing up to Time Capsule using Google WiFi - Google Wifi Success! I just set it up as Lance and Michael instructed and I'm now backing up computers wirelessly to a Time Capsule over my Google WiFi network. Totally awesome (and much simpler than I thought). Below is how I ended up setting things up. The Time Capsule wireless network mode is "off" and the router mode is in "bridge." Time Capsule - Page 6 - AppleNova Forums Time Capsule Register: Members List: Calendar: Search: FAQ: Posting Guidelines: Time Capsule . Page 6 of 9 First Previous 2 3 4 This will prevent the Time Capsule from attempting to set up a second wireless network, and can extend your wireless range, depending on the placement of your other wireless router. The option to enable a guest network will allow visitors to connect to the Internet via your wireless network, while keeping your printer, file storage, and other
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Adding time capsule to existing network? | Mac-Forums: The Feb 20, 2011 Using AirPort Utility | Time Capsule Using AirPort Utility To set up and configure your Time Capsule, use the setup assistant in AirPort Utility. AirPort Utility is installed on your computer when you install the software from the Time Capsule CD. On a Macintosh computer using Mac OS X v10.5.7 or later: 1 Open AirPort Utility, located in the Utilities folder in the Applications folder. 2 Select your Time Capsule and click Continue.
We just purchased an Airport + Time Capsule to create a subnetwork (add to existing network via ethernet cable), so that only a few devices can wirelessly connect to Airport + Time capsule to store time machine back up and to wirelessly print to one printer connected by usb to Time Capsule.
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