Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
I got a new AP Express 802.11n model. I've tried connecting to it via Airport Utility and it will not show up. When I plug the unit in, it flashes green and then goes to yellow and then to yellow flashing. How do I get my MacMini to "see" it and connect so that I can configure it and stream my iTunes to it?
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I got a new AP n and had a heck of a hard time setting things up, but the reason was that I had a couple of AP Express also running and had not reset them, so I was getting two different signals at the same time. Pushing the reset button on all of the APs, both the older Express and the new n solved the problem.
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