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The software provides a graphical overview of both the Wi-Fi network and connected devices, allowing users to change base station and network settings.Guest networks can also be initiated from Air Port Utility, offering a way to create a secondary network to avoid handing out Wi-Fi passwords.It offers 802.11ac and all of the features of the Air Port Extreme, with the addition of a 2 or 3 TB hard drive.All of Apple's Air Ports include a built-in Network Address Translation (NAT) firewall to create a barrier between a network and the Internet, along with password encryption and closed network options.It is compatible with 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11n specifications.Apple's line of Air Port products are set up and managed with Apple's Air Port Utility apps for i OS and Mac.The Air Port Express, when connected to an Ethernet network, is designed to act as a wireless access point, like the Air Port Extreme and Air Port Time Capsule.
The Air Port Extreme is Apple's fully-featured high-performance Wi-Fi base station, which was given a significant update and radical redesign in June of 2013.
The Air Port Extreme features three Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports, a USB 2.0 port for disk and printer sharing, a built-in file server, and support for Air Play.
Though the Air Port Extreme uses the same hardware as the Air Port Time Capsule, with space for a hard drive, it is not possible to connect a third party hard drive within the device.
Apple in April of 2018 announced that it has officially ended development on its Air Port line of products.
We're discontinuing the Apple Air Port base station products.