Today, I’d like to take you through an overview of the latest version of Apple’s Airport Utility software.Air Port Utility 6 released in 2012, provided a new overhaul of the utility, so in this podcast we will show you how to setup an Apple Wireless Base station, and how to use the Airport Utility, with an overview of its main features.The solution I came up with was to add a dirt cheap (30CHF) dlink wireless router (DIR-600) on one of the LAN ports of the Swisscom router.You do need to make sure that you set up the DLink up correctly.is the cause, appropriate next steps might include: If other PC does function as intended, then that would be a good reason to accelerate a Windows 7 upgrade on their PC, as solving this problem would be a likely beneficial side-effect. It seems that the Swisscom router does not support the multicast messages that Bonjour depends upon to make devices (time capsule, airport express) appear visible on the network.Whilst I get this done, I'll be researching Bonjour in case that can reveal what the router and/or PC problem(s) might be. Also see page 211-214 (dealing with CLI configuration of IGMP) of the Motorola's manual as published by Qwest qwest.com/internethelp/modems/motorola-3347/pdf/… I think that the same applies to apple TV and other apple devices - maybe including airplay enabled ones.
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There are three possible reasons why it doesn't work The first of these is beyond MMAE's ability to diagnose. by seeing how another PC armed with i Tunes (but not with any corporate firewall software or other potential complication) behaves when connected wirelessly and wired, whilst the Air Port Express is suitably configured and connected.
If said other PC doesn't function as intended and confirming suspicions that 3.
This is why I installed Cat6 throughout and shifted to Gig E in the first place.
I have seen many posts about disappearing Airport Express from Airplay and that Airport Utility cannot find the units - this post may provide a hint. If it's a run of the mill home router and not by Apple, chances are that it blocks the Bonjour multicasts by default - and you may not be able to configure it not to.