AirPort Base Station Firmware Update 7.6.4
Your widgets are only as good as the last update and, legacy devices (i.e. screwdriver, yard rake, etc) aside, pretty much everything has software inside. Thankfully, Apple’s pretty good about that, including their 802.11n Airport Base Stations, which apparently have issues:
AirPort Base Station Firmware Update 7.6.4 (Access via Airport Utility)
— Resolve an issue that may cause AirPort Time Capsule to report that the backup disk is in use
— Resolve an issue that may cause an IPv6 Tunnel error
— Resolve an issue that may intermittently cause a loss in Wi-Fi connectivity with iOS devices
— This firmware update is for all 802.11n AirPort base stations
Perhaps the real punchline with this firmware update for Apple’s 802.11n Airport Base Stations is security content — the information hasn’t been posted, but it’s coming and likely, including folks experiencing the above issues, the real reason you should update.
To see if there’s a firmware update for your Airport Base Station, go to Applications > Utilities > Airport Utility and click your base station’s icon.
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