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OS 10.4 - Airport Update 2007-002: Caution


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Apple has released an AirPort Extreme update, 2007-002, version 1.0. There are a couple issues with thiis update.

For instance, if you have a DLink DL-624 router and you run WPA-PSK authentication, this release will probably break your wireless connection. If you have no idea what WPA-PSK means, you're probably safe; this is something you must do deliberately. For those who might be affected, you can go to a lower form of authentication, though this is rather amusing given the update is a security update. It happens.

http://discussions.apple.com/categor...categoryID=140

If you need this update, certainly get it. If you don't, you might wait to see if they'll revise it over the coming weeks (week or two, hopefully).

http://www.apple.com/support/downloa...te2007002.html

In any case, this is a heads up for anyone who might possibly be adversely affected by this update.

Hope this helps!

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