Doesn't the airport base station stick to the wall or the ceiling or something?Originally posted by macstudent
you will still need your cable modem because you plug your aiport base station into the cable modem. What you don't need is a router since the airport does this.
If by "wall or ceiling" you mean a table, and by "stick to" you mean sit on, then yes, that's it preciselyOriginally posted by Shrek
Doesn't the airport base station stick to the wall or the ceiling or something?
Yeah. Try to put it somewhere far away from anything that will mess it up. For example, my cell phone screws up with all my computer components as soon as I start to use it, or as soon as it starts ringing. Maybe it could be your dining room center-piece ....Originally posted by Shrek
Is it best to place the airport base station in a place that is about equal distance from each computer in the house to get the best reception possible?
Thanks. That's great. That also may speed things up a little bit, eh? This is because everything all comes to one place on the network without having to go through a base station. Am I right?Originally posted by saabmp3
If you use that modem you posted above you don't need an airport base station. That will do the job that the airport base station was going to go.