|Oct 27, 2008, 11:09 AM||#1|
Should I leave Airport Express on?
I have been switching Airport Express off at the wall when not using it, and often I am experiencing problems with getting it rebooted.
The orange light does not go green, resulting in usually three or four reboots, so should it really be left on at all times?
|Oct 27, 2008, 12:10 PM||#3|
I have 2 Airport Express (older 802.11g) units. I've owned one for a bit over three years and the other for about two and a half. Both have been on 24/7 for almost the entire time I've owned them. So far, no problems with either one -- they're happily serving music up to my bedroom and living room stereos.
|Oct 27, 2008, 12:26 PM||#4|
Mine is running 24/7 since October 2005. Only unplugged it when I relocated. Works like a champ.
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