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My parents have satellite internet and we have a 250mb/day limit but the hours of 1a.m.6a.m. are unlimited. I would like to use this time to upload files to a cloud service for backup but do not want to stay up all night to keep an eye of it.
I want to know if someone can help me build a Automator workflow to disable my wifi right before 6a.m. so I don't risk going over our limit or have to stay up all night.
If there is another way to do this, I am up for that too. Thanks for any help!

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