An error occurred while updating the firmware time capsule

09-Nov-2017 21:04

This release also updates the brand new Airport Extreme and Time Capsule devices with dual-band networking to fix a few bugs that were not caught in the initial release.It does not, however, enable dual-band networking or guest networking on older devices as that feature relies on the new hardware found in the Early 2009 versions of the Airport Extreme and Time Capsule.

From there, I'd Google " firmware" to clarify, however I'm almost positive your Time Capsule is on the latest firmware.

If the Airport is providing NAT services to your local network, you could even set up a computer behind your Airport to automatically update this entry if the public IP address were to change.

Beyond the cool new features, I am glad to see that Time Machine reliability has been addressed for the Time Capsule.

I then tried to hop on my neighbor’s Wi-Fi to see if I could see my drive.

Unfortunately, my neighbor’s router does not support UPn P or NAT-PMP so I could not see my shared drive through Back to my Mac.

From there, I'd Google " firmware" to clarify, however I'm almost positive your Time Capsule is on the latest firmware.If the Airport is providing NAT services to your local network, you could even set up a computer behind your Airport to automatically update this entry if the public IP address were to change.Beyond the cool new features, I am glad to see that Time Machine reliability has been addressed for the Time Capsule.I then tried to hop on my neighbor’s Wi-Fi to see if I could see my drive.Unfortunately, my neighbor’s router does not support UPn P or NAT-PMP so I could not see my shared drive through Back to my Mac.The only disadvantage that this method has is that you have to know the IP address of your Airport base station to connect to it from a remote network.