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Internet, Networking, and Wireless Discussion of networking, internet, and wireless including Apple's Airport products.

Airport and existing home network


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Mike Rivera

 
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I just bought an Airport Express to use to send iTunes music from my Macbook Pro to my stereo.

Since i already have an existing home network (for my and my wife's PCs) and internet use with my Mac, should I try to connect the Airport to connect to the existing network (if that's even possible) or can (and should) it be setup as a standalone network just for wireless sending of the music to the stereo?

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