If they issue you with a simple modem, having only one ethernet output, you need a router such as an Airport Extreme or Express to enable you to connect more than one computer to the internet at a time. This will hand out IP numbers to the devices on your network so that requests from one of them will receive data back to the correct device.
Then logged on to router with browser (192.xxx) - ISP will help with this and buried deep I found an IP address that seemed to be allocated to wireless (.6 suffix) Back into 'Network Pref' - select AirPort again, entered the .6, copied other info, then 'DNS' tab, and again used info from the Ethernet that i knew worked. Setup a static IP address on the device you plan on forwarding these ports to. Login to your Apple AirPort Extreme router. Find the port forwarding section. Click the Applications button. Click the Utilities button. Click the AirPort Admin Utility button. Select Apple Base Station from Select Base Station. Click the Port Mapping button. Click Feb 12, 2011 · If you go to your network preferences ->Advanced ->TCP/IP have a look at the IP address. Most private routers use an IP address of 192.168.x.x see what yours is showing. The AirPort Time Capsule is a wireless router but it also has a hard disk built-in. So I’ve been able to wirelessly use Time Machine to back up my iMac automatically and with incredible ease. Apple AirPort Extreme (802.11ac) (ME918LL/A) Summary: Second gen Broadcom-based draft 802.11ac router with Apple's standard features & limitations: Pros • Gigabit ports: Cons • No web admin • USB 2.0 vs. USB 3.0 • 3 LAN ports vs. 4 • File Sharing not reliable with Windows
Apr 06, 2020 · Enter Router 1's IP address in the address bar. Type the IP address for Router 1 into the address bar at the top of your web browser. This opens the router's admin login screen. Check the user's manual or manufacturer's website to find the default IP address for Router 1. Here are some default IP addresses for common router brands:
Feb 12, 2011 · If you go to your network preferences ->Advanced ->TCP/IP have a look at the IP address. Most private routers use an IP address of 192.168.x.x see what yours is showing.