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Setting up the AirPort Base Station
The Base Station lets your Macintosh to route all Internet packets to other Macs connected to it by the AirPort protocol! It will also route packets to any Ethernet connected Macintosh or IBM PC.
Tip: When using Mac OS X as a client it likes your Mac OS 9 Software Base Station to use verison 2.02 or higher.
Any Macintosh clients can load the AirPort Setup Assistant and select "Set up your computer to join an existing wireless network".
Network Experience: gYounk is a Network+ Certified Professional (2002 edition which covers AppleTalk and wireless), Microsoft Certified Professional in Windows NT Server 4.0 (1999) & Windows 2000 Server (2001), and a Certified NetWare Administrator (1996) - using a Macintosh & PC mixed network since 1986, at work and at home.
The iMac 512 is a gYounk design & programmed site.