However now and again things go wrong because i think there might be some kind of conflict with the tc on the ethernet, which may take priority of the wi-fi internet connection.
Old airport is connected via ethernet to the new device (plugged into the lan port on the airport).
I was a bit disappointed that it can't be networked using ethernet to my existing network - only wirelessly.
Connect time capsule to mac with cable
You deal with backup up many large files and are a heavy-bandwidth user, i woul definitely recommend using this adapter with either a cat 5e or cat 6 cable.
In almost all cases, though, using this adapter with a decent ethernet cable (i recommend at least a cat 5e ethernet cable) connected hard-wired to your time capsule will not only improve your internet speed on your imac, but also your time machine backup speed.
This video I show how to back up large/huge data from your Mac onto a time capsule using ethernet cable without losing internet connection that should wor.
Connect time capsule to mac with ethernet cable
My problem therefore is that i have to have imac on wifi to back-up using time machine, and if i'm working and backing up, and some of my mobile devices are also connected, i get serious bandwidth issues.
From that thread, i also had to use command + k to connect to a server, and then use afp://
Up data from your mac onto time capsule for the first time when it is large/huge.
I need to disable the wi fi signal from my existing telstra cable wireless modem to use airport time capsule as my wireless router instead?
External hd can i use to my airport extreme base station for use of wireless time machine?
I really don't see why apple can't just make the time capsule with a nas option on ethernet - some say t's to get us to use apple devices - but i have enough isp issues without them then telling me they don't support 3rd party routers wen i have a problem :-).
(can i hook up an airport time capsule to my cradlepoint router via ethernet cable and use the atc to back up all my computers?
The actual improvement in speed of these things will depend on your current internet speed and distance between the imac and time capsule along with other possible interferences.
On jul 21, 2013in this video i show how to back up large/huge data from your mac onto a time capsule using ethernet cable without losing internet connection that should work over wifi.
(do i need to disable the wi fi signal from my existing telstra cable wireless modem to use airport time capsule as my wireless router instead?
Question is, can time machine backup over a wireless network to a wired airport device?
. plug the airport into the modem via ethernet, using the plug on the airport which looks like a circle of dots.
The time capsule have to be connected by ethernet before it can be set up to use wirelessly?
Once the drive was mounted, i was able to see my old drive in time capsule settings.
I did everything up to the "then use an ethernet cable to connect one of your routers lan ports to your time capsules wan port.