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Special Edition Using® Mac® OS X v10.2 by Brad Miser

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Connecting to the AirPort Network with Mac OS X

After an AirPort network has been established, you can access it from any AirPort-equipped Mac (running Mac OS 9 or Mac OS X). First, install an AirPort card in each Mac you want to add to the network. Then, configure each Mac to access the AirPort network.

Installing an AirPort Card

An AirPort card contains the hardware receiver, transmitter, and firmware that enables a Mac to communicate with an AirPort network (including a Base Station or other AirPort-equipped machines). Each machine that will access an AirPort network must have an AirPort card installed in it. When your Mac detects that an AirPort card is installed, it will activate the AirPort software that is part of all Mac OS installations ...

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