Jim: Why not just hook the TC up to your internet and use it for wireless, also it will be a constant TimeCapsule backup.
This is my WiFi Apple Airport that I use, next to the Comcast thingie.
Here is the TimeCapsule which I haven't connected to anything yet.
If I use your suggestion: "hook the TC up to your internet and use it for wireless, also it will be a constant TimeCapsule backup", do I not use the Airport thing? Disconnect it? or do I use two things?
If I disconnect my current WiFi [Airport] connection, will it be simple to connect the TimeCapsule?
I think I can call Apple rep and in the past they said for $80 they give help via phone.
You know me and how confused I get, I'm thinking maybe that would be my best bet.
Then I would have: "the TC [hooked] up to your internet and use it for wireless, also it will be a constant TimeCapsule backup."
I am happy with the sound of that.
No hurry here. I've been involved in other projects too. Thanks for the help, Jim.
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