APPLE AIRPORT EXTREME BASE STATION

Data: novembro 7th, 2013

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Modelo:
AirPort Extreme Base Station
Fabricante:
Apple
Tipo de dispositivo:
Outros / AirPort
Licença:
Grátis

Windows Mac OS Non-OS

Windows

Tipo: Aplicación
Tamanho: 2.54 Mb
Sistema operativo: Windows XP, Windows 2000
AirPort Extreme Firmware 5.5.1

Mac OS

Tipo: Aplicación
Tamanho: 1.24 Mb
Sistema operativo: Mac OS X Panther 10.3
AirPort Extreme Firmware 5.5.1 for Mac OS X

About AirPort Extreme Firmware 5.5.1 for Mac OS X

- Hard reset behavior is improved. With this firmware version pressing and holding the reset button for more than 5 seconds will cause the LED to flash rapidly. This visual feedback lets you know you’ve held the button long enough to trigger a hard reset

- Resolves a potential problem with PPPoE configurations when updating from 5.4 or earlier

- Improved reliability of WDS networks when using WPA security. If you had a WDS network secured by WPA and then removed any of the WDS nodes, this could cause a memory leak resulting in the need to reboot your WDS network nodes

- Resolved an issue with inbound passive FTP to a port-mapped computer on the network

- Resolved an issue with certain printers which were no longer recognized by the base station after the 5.5 firmware update was installed. With the 5.5.1 firmware these printers are again recognized by the base station.

The following items were part of the previous 5.5 release and are also included in this firmware:

- AirPort firmware updates are now packaged in a new utility application which simplifies the process of installing firmware updates. This application is available for use on Mac OS X computers (10.3 and later) and on Microsoft Windows 2000 or XP

- USB printer renaming - USB printers connected to the AirPort Extreme can now be renamed by using the AirPort Admin Utility (version 4.1 or later)

- Multiple printer support for the “Power over Ethernet” model of AirPort Extreme - The “Power over Ethernet” model of AirPort Extreme now allows multiple USB printers to be connected through a USB hub to the AirPort Extreme. Other models of AirPort Extreme still support only one single USB-attached printer. To determine which model of AirPort Extreme you have, check this article.

- WPA security for WDS networks - WDS networks made up of AirPort Extreme and AirPort Express base stations can now be secured with WPA-Personal security. All AirPort Extreme and AirPort Express units must be upgraded to the latest appropriate 5.5 or 6.1 firmware before the network can be secured with WPA

- Improved reliability for WDS networks - WDS nodes will now check for the presence of other WDS nodes. This results in better WDS network connectivity. All AirPort Extreme and AirPort Express units must be upgraded to the latest appropriate 5.5 or 6.1 firmware

- In certain situations wireless clients could send certain types of data which could cause the AirPort Extreme to stop transmitting data. This issue is improved in the 5.5 firmware update

- The 5.5 Firmware Update improves performance and other concerns related to FTP, RTSP, IPSec, TCP, UDP, and other IP protocols

- Certain DNS traffic could affect AirPort Extreme performance. This issue is improved in the 5.5 firmware

- Certain PPP or PPPoE connections (commonly used with DSL ISPs) could encounter a situation where the AirPort Extreme could not communicate with the ISP, requiring the base station and/or the ISP’s modem to be rebooted. This is fixed in the 5.5 firmware

- Improved printing performance when printing to USB printers connected to the AirPort Extreme

Tipo: Aplicación
Tamanho: 1.71 Mb
Sistema operativo: Mac OS X Tiger 10.4, Mac OS X Panther 10.3
AirPort Extreme Firmware Update 5.7 for Mac OS X

About AirPort Extreme Firmware Update 5.7 for Mac OS X

AirPort Extreme Firmware Updater 5.7 for Mac OS X

This update will auto launch when downloaded, and will offer the opportunity to update a number of base stations.

The AirPort Extreme Firmware Updater addresses reliability and resolves issues with AirTunes, AirPort compatibility, and issues with some third party Routers.

Fixes:

-Resolves issue with Audio dropout when playing to AirPort Express with AirTunes
-Resolves issue with Wireless Disabled mode for AirPort Express
-Resolves issue with AirPort Extreme LAN Performance
-Resolves issue when enabling AOL Parental Controls
-Resolves issue with vulnerability to Denial of Service Attacks (bonk)
-Resolves issue with wireless internet access through AirPort via some PPPoA DSL Routers
-Improved reliability when printing through AirPort base stations
-Improved support for RADIUS servers
-Improved support for Network Time Servers (NTP) for AirPort when using an IP addresses

For the latest information on AirPort software, check Software Update in System Preferences or the following Apple websites:

Apple AirPort Express website at www.apple.com/AirPortexpress
Apple AirPort Extreme website at www.apple.com/AirPortextreme
Apple Support website at www.apple.com/support


SHA1for AirPortExtremeFWUpdater.dmg= 4378959dd52c2d60bb91568b03f042893d59afca

Internet service provider (ISP) compatibility:
Internet access requires a compatible ISP; fees may apply.

For more information on using AirPort Extreme or AirPort Express with your Internet account, contact your ISP or go to the AppleCare Knowledge Base at: www.apple.com/support

Tipo: Aplicación
Tamanho: 723.14 Kb
Sistema operativo: Mac OS X Tiger 10.4, Mac OS X Panther 10.3
AirPort Extreme Firmware Update 5.7 for Mac OS X

About AirPort Extreme Firmware Update 5.7 for Mac OS X

AirPort Extreme Firmware Updater 5.7 for Mac OS X

This update will auto launch when downloaded, and will offer the opportunity to update a number of base stations.

The AirPort Extreme Firmware Updater addresses reliability and resolves issues with AirTunes, AirPort compatibility, and issues with some third party Routers.

Fixes:

-Resolves issue with Audio dropout when playing to AirPort Express with AirTunes
-Resolves issue with Wireless Disabled mode for AirPort Express
-Resolves issue with AirPort Extreme LAN Performance
-Resolves issue when enabling AOL Parental Controls
-Resolves issue with vulnerability to Denial of Service Attacks (bonk)
-Resolves issue with wireless internet access through AirPort via some PPPoA DSL Routers
-Improved reliability when printing through AirPort base stations
-Improved support for RADIUS servers
-Improved support for Network Time Servers (NTP) for AirPort when using an IP addresses

For the latest information on AirPort software, check Software Update in System Preferences or the following Apple websites:

Apple AirPort Express website at www.apple.com/AirPortexpress
Apple AirPort Extreme website at www.apple.com/AirPortextreme
Apple Support website at www.apple.com/support


SHA1for AirPortExtremeFWUpdater.dmg= 4378959dd52c2d60bb91568b03f042893d59afca

Internet service provider (ISP) compatibility:
Internet access requires a compatible ISP; fees may apply.

For more information on using AirPort Extreme or AirPort Express with your Internet account, contact your ISP or go to the AppleCare Knowledge Base at: www.apple.com/support

Tipo: Aplicación
Tamanho: 10.5 Mb
Sistema operativo: Mac OS X Panther 10.3
AirPort Extreme Firmware 5.5.1 for Mac OS X

About AirPort Extreme Firmware 5.5.1 for Mac OS X

- Hard reset behavior is improved. With this firmware version pressing and holding the reset button for more than 5 seconds will cause the LED to flash rapidly. This visual feedback lets you know you’ve held the button long enough to trigger a hard reset

- Resolves a potential problem with PPPoE configurations when updating from 5.4 or earlier

- Improved reliability of WDS networks when using WPA security. If you had a WDS network secured by WPA and then removed any of the WDS nodes, this could cause a memory leak resulting in the need to reboot your WDS network nodes

- Resolved an issue with inbound passive FTP to a port-mapped computer on the network

- Resolved an issue with certain printers which were no longer recognized by the base station after the 5.5 firmware update was installed. With the 5.5.1 firmware these printers are again recognized by the base station.

The following items were part of the previous 5.5 release and are also included in this firmware:

- AirPort firmware updates are now packaged in a new utility application which simplifies the process of installing firmware updates. This application is available for use on Mac OS X computers (10.3 and later) and on Microsoft Windows 2000 or XP

- USB printer renaming - USB printers connected to the AirPort Extreme can now be renamed by using the AirPort Admin Utility (version 4.1 or later)

- Multiple printer support for the “Power over Ethernet” model of AirPort Extreme - The “Power over Ethernet” model of AirPort Extreme now allows multiple USB printers to be connected through a USB hub to the AirPort Extreme. Other models of AirPort Extreme still support only one single USB-attached printer. To determine which model of AirPort Extreme you have, check this article.

- WPA security for WDS networks - WDS networks made up of AirPort Extreme and AirPort Express base stations can now be secured with WPA-Personal security. All AirPort Extreme and AirPort Express units must be upgraded to the latest appropriate 5.5 or 6.1 firmware before the network can be secured with WPA

- Improved reliability for WDS networks - WDS nodes will now check for the presence of other WDS nodes. This results in better WDS network connectivity. All AirPort Extreme and AirPort Express units must be upgraded to the latest appropriate 5.5 or 6.1 firmware

- In certain situations wireless clients could send certain types of data which could cause the AirPort Extreme to stop transmitting data. This issue is improved in the 5.5 firmware update

- The 5.5 Firmware Update improves performance and other concerns related to FTP, RTSP, IPSec, TCP, UDP, and other IP protocols

- Certain DNS traffic could affect AirPort Extreme performance. This issue is improved in the 5.5 firmware

- Certain PPP or PPPoE connections (commonly used with DSL ISPs) could encounter a situation where the AirPort Extreme could not communicate with the ISP, requiring the base station and/or the ISP’s modem to be rebooted. This is fixed in the 5.5 firmware

- Improved printing performance when printing to USB printers connected to the AirPort Extreme

Tipo: Aplicación
Tamanho: 27.68 Mb
Sistema operativo: Mac OS X Tiger 10.4, Mac OS X Panther 10.3
AirPort Extreme Firmware Update 5.7 for Mac OS X

About AirPort Extreme Firmware Update 5.7 for Mac OS X

AirPort Extreme Firmware Updater 5.7 for Mac OS X

This update will auto launch when downloaded, and will offer the opportunity to update a number of base stations.

The AirPort Extreme Firmware Updater addresses reliability and resolves issues with AirTunes, AirPort compatibility, and issues with some third party Routers.

Fixes:

-Resolves issue with Audio dropout when playing to AirPort Express with AirTunes
-Resolves issue with Wireless Disabled mode for AirPort Express
-Resolves issue with AirPort Extreme LAN Performance
-Resolves issue when enabling AOL Parental Controls
-Resolves issue with vulnerability to Denial of Service Attacks (bonk)
-Resolves issue with wireless internet access through AirPort via some PPPoA DSL Routers
-Improved reliability when printing through AirPort base stations
-Improved support for RADIUS servers
-Improved support for Network Time Servers (NTP) for AirPort when using an IP addresses

For the latest information on AirPort software, check Software Update in System Preferences or the following Apple websites:

Apple AirPort Express website at www.apple.com/AirPortexpress
Apple AirPort Extreme website at www.apple.com/AirPortextreme
Apple Support website at www.apple.com/support


SHA1for AirPortExtremeFWUpdater.dmg= 4378959dd52c2d60bb91568b03f042893d59afca

Internet service provider (ISP) compatibility:
Internet access requires a compatible ISP; fees may apply.

For more information on using AirPort Extreme or AirPort Express with your Internet account, contact your ISP or go to the AppleCare Knowledge Base at: www.apple.com/support

Tipo: Aplicación
Tamanho: 15.71 Mb
Sistema operativo: Mac OS X Panther 10.3
AirPort Extreme Firmware 5.5.1 for Mac OS X

About AirPort Extreme Firmware 5.5.1 for Mac OS X

- Hard reset behavior is improved. With this firmware version pressing and holding the reset button for more than 5 seconds will cause the LED to flash rapidly. This visual feedback lets you know you’ve held the button long enough to trigger a hard reset

- Resolves a potential problem with PPPoE configurations when updating from 5.4 or earlier

- Improved reliability of WDS networks when using WPA security. If you had a WDS network secured by WPA and then removed any of the WDS nodes, this could cause a memory leak resulting in the need to reboot your WDS network nodes

- Resolved an issue with inbound passive FTP to a port-mapped computer on the network

- Resolved an issue with certain printers which were no longer recognized by the base station after the 5.5 firmware update was installed. With the 5.5.1 firmware these printers are again recognized by the base station.

The following items were part of the previous 5.5 release and are also included in this firmware:

- AirPort firmware updates are now packaged in a new utility application which simplifies the process of installing firmware updates. This application is available for use on Mac OS X computers (10.3 and later) and on Microsoft Windows 2000 or XP

- USB printer renaming - USB printers connected to the AirPort Extreme can now be renamed by using the AirPort Admin Utility (version 4.1 or later)

- Multiple printer support for the “Power over Ethernet” model of AirPort Extreme - The “Power over Ethernet” model of AirPort Extreme now allows multiple USB printers to be connected through a USB hub to the AirPort Extreme. Other models of AirPort Extreme still support only one single USB-attached printer. To determine which model of AirPort Extreme you have, check this article.

- WPA security for WDS networks - WDS networks made up of AirPort Extreme and AirPort Express base stations can now be secured with WPA-Personal security. All AirPort Extreme and AirPort Express units must be upgraded to the latest appropriate 5.5 or 6.1 firmware before the network can be secured with WPA

- Improved reliability for WDS networks - WDS nodes will now check for the presence of other WDS nodes. This results in better WDS network connectivity. All AirPort Extreme and AirPort Express units must be upgraded to the latest appropriate 5.5 or 6.1 firmware

- In certain situations wireless clients could send certain types of data which could cause the AirPort Extreme to stop transmitting data. This issue is improved in the 5.5 firmware update

- The 5.5 Firmware Update improves performance and other concerns related to FTP, RTSP, IPSec, TCP, UDP, and other IP protocols

- Certain DNS traffic could affect AirPort Extreme performance. This issue is improved in the 5.5 firmware

- Certain PPP or PPPoE connections (commonly used with DSL ISPs) could encounter a situation where the AirPort Extreme could not communicate with the ISP, requiring the base station and/or the ISP’s modem to be rebooted. This is fixed in the 5.5 firmware

- Improved printing performance when printing to USB printers connected to the AirPort Extreme

AirPortExpressFirmware6.1.1.basebinary
__MACOSX/
__MACOSX/._AirPortExpressFirmware6.1.1.basebinary
Tipo: Aplicación
Tamanho: 1.5 Mb
Sistema operativo: Windows XP, Windows 2000, Mac OS X Panther 10.3, Mac OS X Puma 10.1
AirPort Extreme Firmware Update 5.5.1 Raw Firmware

About AirPort Extreme Firmware Update 5.5.1 Raw Firmware

This posting contains the 5.5.1.basebinary and is suitable for customers using Mac OS X 10.2.8 to update their AirPort Extreme base station. Users with Mac OS X 10.3 or later, Windows 2000, or Windows XP can download a firmware updater tool at the AirPort Support page.

Some of the features mentioned in these release notes require AirPort 4.1, which is available only for Mac OS X 10.3 or later. Though some features (printer renaming, WPA security for WDS networks) are not available to 10.2.8 users, there are other issues resolved in this update and this update is recommended for your AirPort Extreme base station.

Installation steps for this firmware are listed under Step 3 of AirPort Extreme: How to Update a Base Station's Firmware.

- Hard reset behavior is improved. With this firmware version pressing and holding the reset button for more than 5 seconds will cause the LED to flash rapidly. This visual feedback lets you know you’ve held the button long enough to trigger a hard reset.

- Resolves a potential problem with PPPoE configurations when updating from 5.4 or earlier.

- Improved reliability of WDS networks when using WPA security. If you had a WDS network secured by WPA and then removed any of the WDS nodes, this could cause a memory leak resulting in the need to reboot your WDS network nodes.

- Resolved an issue with inbound passive FTP to a port-mapped computer on the network.

- Resolved an issue with certain printers which were no longer recognized by the base station after the 5.5 firmware update was installed. With the 5.5.1 firmware these printers are again recognized by the base station.



The following items were part of the previous 5.5 release and are also included in this firmware:

- AirPort firmware updates are now packaged in a new utility application which simplifies the process of installing firmware updates. This application is available for use on Mac OS X computers (10.3 and later) and on Microsoft Windows 2000 or XP.

- USB printer renaming - USB printers connected to the AirPort Extreme can now be renamed by using the AirPort Admin Utility (version 4.1 or later).

- Multiple printer support for the “Power over Ethernet” model of AirPort Extreme - The “Power over Ethernet” model of AirPort Extreme now allows multiple USB printers to be connected through a USB hub to the AirPort Extreme. Other models of AirPort Extreme still support only one single USB-attached printer. To determine which model of AirPort Extreme you have, check this article.

- WPA security for WDS networks - WDS networks made up of AirPort Extreme and AirPort Express base stations can now be secured with WPA-Personal security. All AirPort Extreme and AirPort Express units must be upgraded to the latest appropriate 5.5 or 6.1 firmware before the network can be secured with WPA.

- Improved reliability for WDS networks - WDS nodes will now check for the presence of other WDS nodes. This results in better WDS network connectivity. All AirPort Extreme and AirPort Express units must be upgraded to the latest appropriate 5.5 or 6.1 firmware.

- In certain situations wireless clients could send certain types of data which could cause the AirPort Extreme to stop transmitting data. This issue is improved in the 5.5 firmware update.

- The 5.5 Firmware Update improves performance and other concerns related to FTP, RTSP, IPSec, TCP, UDP, and other IP protocols.

- Certain DNS traffic could affect AirPort Extreme performance. This issue is improved in the 5.5 firmware.

- Certain PPP or PPPoE connections (commonly used with DSL ISPs) could encounter a situation where the AirPort Extreme could not communicate with the ISP, requiring the base station and/or the ISP’s modem to be rebooted. This is fixed in the 5.5 firmware.

- Improved printing performance when printing to USB printers connected to the AirPort Extreme.

AirPortExtremeFW 5.5.1.basebinary
__MACOSX/
__MACOSX/._AirPortExtremeFW 5.5.1.basebinary
Tipo: Aplicación
Tamanho: 1.07 Mb
Sistema operativo: Windows 2000, Mac OS X Panther 10.3, Mac OS X Puma 10.1
AirPort Extreme Firmware 5.5.1 for Mac OS X

About AirPort Extreme Firmware 5.5.1 for Mac OS X

- Hard reset behavior is improved. With this firmware version pressing and holding the reset button for more than 5 seconds will cause the LED to flash rapidly. This visual feedback lets you know you’ve held the button long enough to trigger a hard reset

- Resolves a potential problem with PPPoE configurations when updating from 5.4 or earlier

- Improved reliability of WDS networks when using WPA security. If you had a WDS network secured by WPA and then removed any of the WDS nodes, this could cause a memory leak resulting in the need to reboot your WDS network nodes

- Resolved an issue with inbound passive FTP to a port-mapped computer on the network

- Resolved an issue with certain printers which were no longer recognized by the base station after the 5.5 firmware update was installed. With the 5.5.1 firmware these printers are again recognized by the base station.

The following items were part of the previous 5.5 release and are also included in this firmware:

- AirPort firmware updates are now packaged in a new utility application which simplifies the process of installing firmware updates. This application is available for use on Mac OS X computers (10.3 and later) and on Microsoft Windows 2000 or XP

- USB printer renaming - USB printers connected to the AirPort Extreme can now be renamed by using the AirPort Admin Utility (version 4.1 or later)

- Multiple printer support for the “Power over Ethernet” model of AirPort Extreme - The “Power over Ethernet” model of AirPort Extreme now allows multiple USB printers to be connected through a USB hub to the AirPort Extreme. Other models of AirPort Extreme still support only one single USB-attached printer. To determine which model of AirPort Extreme you have, check this article.

- WPA security for WDS networks - WDS networks made up of AirPort Extreme and AirPort Express base stations can now be secured with WPA-Personal security. All AirPort Extreme and AirPort Express units must be upgraded to the latest appropriate 5.5 or 6.1 firmware before the network can be secured with WPA

- Improved reliability for WDS networks - WDS nodes will now check for the presence of other WDS nodes. This results in better WDS network connectivity. All AirPort Extreme and AirPort Express units must be upgraded to the latest appropriate 5.5 or 6.1 firmware

- In certain situations wireless clients could send certain types of data which could cause the AirPort Extreme to stop transmitting data. This issue is improved in the 5.5 firmware update

- The 5.5 Firmware Update improves performance and other concerns related to FTP, RTSP, IPSec, TCP, UDP, and other IP protocols

- Certain DNS traffic could affect AirPort Extreme performance. This issue is improved in the 5.5 firmware

- Certain PPP or PPPoE connections (commonly used with DSL ISPs) could encounter a situation where the AirPort Extreme could not communicate with the ISP, requiring the base station and/or the ISP’s modem to be rebooted. This is fixed in the 5.5 firmware

- Improved printing performance when printing to USB printers connected to the AirPort Extreme

Non-OS

Tipo: Aplicación
Tamanho: 1.95 Mb
Sistema operativo: Windows XP, Windows 2000, Other
AirPort Extreme Firmware Update 5.7


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