I have a new iMac and new 3 TB Time Capsule that backs up the new iMac via Time Machine via WiFi. I also run Crash Plan + as well as do nightly automated clones via CCC of both of my iMacs. I have a 2010 iMac that I still use (DVD drive, etc) that used to be connected via WiFi to a 2 TB time capsule which I have disconnected from the network and is sitting unused on the shelf. The older time capsule still has the backups of the older iMac and I've been using CCC to clone the older iMac daily plus using Crash Plan + for all my machines. The Goal: I want to connect the older 2 TB time capsule to the 2010 iMac via Ethernet Cable directly to the older iMac and let it continue to backup the older iMac via Time Machine but turn off the WiFi function of that older Time Capsule since I use WiFi from the new Time Capsule for everything. I want the older iMac to continue to get it's WiFi signal from the new Time Capsule I recently purchased. So the new time capsule and network were configured with the same passwords. Is that a problem? What are the steps I need to follow to turn off WiFi on the older time capsule yet use it only via direct ethernet cable via time machine to the 2010 iMac? Which Ethernet Port on the time capsule should I use? Will the older iMac get confused as to where it's getting it's network signal from if it has an ethernet cable connected to it yet I want the 2010 iMac to continue to use the new WiFi from the new Time Capsule? Please guide me through the steps? It's probably easier than I am making it out to be....Thanks!