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I've looked and looked and am sorry if this has been tabled before... I have a Airpot Extreme and was wondering if I can set times for internet access. I would like to have it disconnect from the internet say around 12pm and reconnect around 6am. I appreciate any help...

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The current version of Airport Utility (6.3.1) supports this to some extent on my Time Capsule. It is probably available for most of the Airport line as well except from some of the really old models. I have not tried it to see how well it works.

1. Launch Airport Utility (Applications/Utilities)
2. Select your device and choose to edit the configuration.
3. Click on the Network tab then click the Enable Access Control option.
4. Click Timed Access Control. You can set timed access there.

You will be asked to restart the device in order for the settings to take effect.

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Thanks for the help Skydude... I set it up. Will see tonight at 12pm if it worked... I'll update here...

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Thanks Slydude... It worked great for my wireless but didn't effect my hardwire... Hummm Is there a way to have times for hardwire?

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