RedEye #3: AirPort Utility 5.x – Reserving an IP address for a client on your local network

Filed Under (How To) by Greg on 18-12-2012

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Over time, a device’s Internet Protocol (IP) address can change unless you establish a reserved address within your router. With a reserved IP address, RedEye can maintain a reliable communications link with the device (client). Read more...

RedEye #2: AirPort Utility 6.x – Reserving an IP address for a client on your local network

Filed Under (How To) by Greg on 18-12-2012

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Over time, a device’s Internet Protocol (IP) address can change unless you establish a reserved address within your router. With a reserved IP address, RedEye can maintain a reliable communications link with the device (client). Read more...

Listen to your computer’s audio in another room – wirelessly

Filed Under (How To) by Greg on 14-12-2009

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My wife and I built a new home a few years ago and included lots of low voltage wiring. This wiring provides for security, audio, video, and computer networking. The audio system I installed is pretty robust and allows for a variety of audio sources, including any of our Macintosh computers. Being able to use the computer as an audio source allows internet audio streams like Pandora and local audio like iTunes to be shared. Read more...