Apple has just released AirPort Base Station 7.6.7 firmware for download, which is “recommended” for all Apple 802.11n Wi-Fi base stations including AirPort Express, AirPort Extreme and AirPort Time Capsule. Yes, Apple still does have engineers working on firmware for their AirPort devices!
The update fixes the following issues:
- Fixes an issue which may prevent communication between clients on the same network
- Improves performance with an extended guest network
- Addresses potential naming conflicts with Bonjour Sleep Proxy
To update your AirPort product, launch AirPort Utility on your Mac or iOS, navigate to your device, then click update firmware.
Update: There’s a version 7.7.7 firmware as well, for 802.11ac models–just updated our AirPort Extreme.
…more to follow
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