MacVoices #1182: Glenn Fleishman Takes Control of Your 802.11n Airport Network for the Second Time

Glenn Fleishman just completed his most recent book, Take Control of Your 802.11n AirPort Network, Second Edition, and joins us to discuss a variety of Airport matters, including why Apple abandoned that term in OX X 10.7 Lion. Only the base station units retain the “Airport” name, and Glenn covers some of the benefits that the latest versions provide, and what the can mean for you. The discussion also covers how to improve your wireless network performance, AirDrop and what it could mean for the forthcoming iOS 5, and the complexities and simplicities of AirPlay.

 

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Chuck Joiner on Twitter

The MacVoices Group

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MacLevelTen – The Mac Media Group

Glenn Fleishman

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TidBITS

Take Control of 802.11n Airport Network
Take Control of Your 802.11n AirPort Network

Practical Mac on the Seattle Times web site

Macworld

Popular Science

The Economist

WiFi Networking News

Take Control books by Glenn Fleishman

Ars Technica

Take Control of Your 802.11n AirpPort Network, Second Edition
Take Control of Your 802.11n AirPort Network, Second Edition by Glenn Fleishman

Apple Airport Extreme
Airport Extreme 802.11N

Apple Airport Express
Apple Airport Express

Arport Extreme (5th Gen) and Time Capsule (4th Gen) Review – Faster WiFi by Brian Klug on AnandTech

AirFoil by Rogue Amoeba


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