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OK, so I upgraded to Mavericks.
Previously, on ML, I was advised by an Apple support person to continue to use Version 5.6 of Airport Utility as both he and I couldn't understand why it was not possible to see wired devices and their associated addresses in the latest version.
What do people use to find information about their devices?
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I have both 5.6 and 7.6.x installed on my systems. They can both run on the same system. You need a package extraction tool (Pacifist for example) to extract it somewhere unique. Anyhow, I use both versions so I have all the features, both new and discontinued. Hope that helps.

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I have both 5.6 and 7.6.x installed on my systems. They can both run on the same system. You need a package extraction tool (Pacifist for example) to extract it somewhere unique. Anyhow, I use both versions so I have all the features, both new and discontinued. Hope that helps.
Are you running Mavericks?
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Yes, I am running Mavericks. I should probably upgrade my profile, huh?

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OK. So how do I get 5.6 to run on Mavericks? Ran fine on ML.
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Run airport utility 5.6 on 10.9 Mavericks ? - MacRumors Forums

or easy version

AirPort Utility 5.6.1 on OS X 10.9 Mavericks | Corey J. Mahler

...you can use the supplied file or just yank the old one from Time Machine backup.

/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Apple80211.framework/Versions/A/Apple80211
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Thanks XJ-Linux. You are a star.
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