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Topic # 8887 5-Aug-2006 11:53
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Hi, i have an airport base station, and want plug my woosh modem into it and get online . .but i cant work out how. . any ideas . . .?  Currently connected via the eternet connection, but the the signal is crap so i want to try it over by my base station . . 

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  Reply # 43317 5-Aug-2006 12:17
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If you have an AirPort Extreme you can connect the modem via ethernet to the WAN port.

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  Reply # 43318 5-Aug-2006 12:29
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jitendra: Currently connected via the eternet connection, but the the signal is crap so i want to try it over by my base station . .

Which signal is bad, the Ethernet, airport or the modem itself?


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  Reply # 43319 5-Aug-2006 12:41
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i dont have an airport extreme.  the signal i meant was the woosh modem signal.  you cant see the strength on a mac, but slooow internet since moving house makes me think that i need to move the modem to a better/different location.  hence i want to hook it up to my base station.

so it's plugged in etc, but when i run the  network diagnistics thing, it cant connect . . .

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  Reply # 43320 5-Aug-2006 12:49
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Check out their website.. you never know what you might find (and if you don't find anything don't blame me I didn't look)

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  Reply # 43321 5-Aug-2006 12:55
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yeah, i checked out the woosh website, the less said about their support/help the better.  especially if you have a mac.  i'll give them a call. . . .

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