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5 Steps To Get Your TiVo Back Online With Your New AirPort Extreme
My TiVo and AirPort Extreme Can't Agree on Security
If you've tried to mix a new AirPort Extreme (802.11n), a TiVo with a wireless adapter (802.11b) and wireless security you've probably noticed that even though your AirPort says you're using WEP (TSN) your TiVo thinks you are using WPA2 for security. The TiVo then gives you an error telling you that you must upgrade to an 802.11b/g compatible wireless adapter or turn off your wireless security (not a good idea!).
The Simple, But Not Perfect Solution
Unfortunately, this means that your new wireless network will not support all of the goodness of the 802.11n draft specification and will instead only allow you to use the b or g standards. Several people on Apple's discussion forums seem to think this will be fixed in a future firmware upgrade for the AirPort Extreme. But if you're like me, you can at least use the b/g speeds as well as the new AirPort Disk features until there is a better solution.
Another Handy Tip
Using a wireless password of less than or more than 13 characters may cause problems if your wireless network includes hardware from multiple vendors. I'll avoid getting into the nitty-gritty of how hardware vendors use different encryption methods for passwords and just tell you to save yourself some headaches and be sure to use a 13 character wireless password.
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