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AEBS 802.11g firmware update


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I am using AEBS 802.11g

Airport utility tells me that I should upgrade the firmware to 5.7 but I have read about problems people have had with 5.7 which have been solved by dropping back to 5.5.1 Can anyone confirm this?

Is it possible and is there anything to be gained by upgrading to 5.5.1?
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