Updating time capsule firmware

Jackson, expressed her desire that their family remain neutral in the debate.

The planning committee concluded in that the best solution was to add a third runway to the airport and construct a supplemental two-runway airport in one of the neighboring counties.

At this point, I didn’t remember that I had recently upgraded the firmware and was thinking, “This is weird, we haven’t changed anything but my roommate is claiming the network is messed up.” Later that day when I got home I investigated, and sure enough, something wasn’t right.

After about an hour of poking around on the network, it finally dawned on me that the only change I’d made was upgrading the firmware, so I decided to downgrade to the previous version, and voila, my problems were gone!

If you try to stream a movie or even music from a drive that you do not have a good connection to, the media will be choppy and could eventually stop streaming all together.

Quick tip: To ensure the fastest streaming speeds, if you are using your Time Capsule as a NAS, I would recommend connecting it via Ethernet to your router instead of using the wireless.

I have found that the wireless connection is not the best method when using it as NAS.

I've double checked my settings rebooted a few times - but I'm still not able to get ipv6 connectivity. I've also put it on the Six XS twitter feed so that people hopefully see it that way too.

Just in case one did not see it (and more for Google to index that): Arstechnica: Airport Extreme update breaks IPv6 tunnels, but here's how to fix it Or in summary: fill in the "IPv6 Delegated Prefix" and things will work again.

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