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Old 08-03-2012, 01:05 PM   #7
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ann: Are they techie enough to reprogram the AirPort/Time Capsule not to be the router once they've configured the router? Also, depending on how old the router is, it might slow down their ADSL speed.
No...I scared them witless with my instructions on how to set up the old router. I then told them again that the ethernet switch was the easiest and most straightforward approach laying out step by step how to plug everything in...

I was afraid adding the old router into the mix would overwhelm them. Apparently they have had someone come in to do their tech work for them in the past but it's too pricey for them to do that now--husband was laid off his job recently. What I'm hoping is that they might touch base with CapTel (maker of the phone) customer service and that CapTel might send someone out to help--CapTel customer service is *very* good about that sort of thing so we shall see...

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