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  • BigMacD Level 1 (0 points)

    Taking away features is upgrading? Apple care to explain?

  • dantidote Level 1 (0 points)

    Unbelievable.  A $200 router missing this feature?! 

  • jjgould Level 1 (0 points)

    Add me to the list of dissatisfied customers!  I just replaced a failing NetGear WNDR3300 running DD-WRT with a 2TB Airport Time Capsule.  Before making the purchase, I found Cacti templates for Airport Extreme, but didn't search enough to realize that the latest firmware has neutered the SNMP function.


    I am still within the 14-day window and will most likely avail myself of the no-questions-asked return policy.  Way to go, Apple!

  • TheMacMiss Level 1 (0 points)

    Hey, so if one wanted to monitor their household's internet activity, how would they do it?


    Is to possible to block/eliminate a computer from a network's monitoring system at all? [Like,

    the gov't and police monitoring internet activity is fine, but from everyone else...] If so, how would one

    do that?

  • John Galt Level 8 (45,943 points)

    TheMacMiss wrote:


    the gov't and police monitoring internet activity is fine, ...


    In what world?

  • TheMacMiss Level 1 (0 points)

    Lol! I hear ya! I guess it's not possible/impossible!


    Like, just to make it clear, I have NO problem with the gov't & police monitoring internet use - it's their job! Just other people, that's all...


    So basically, as long as I'm using someone's server, they have total and complete access to everything that I view... no big deal.... just curious if I was able to view all activity that has been going on in the past week or so on our household's server, that's all. Thanks!

  • TheMacMiss Level 1 (0 points)

    Like, are you a parent of young children and/or  young adults? If so, how do YOU view/monitor your children's/household's activity? How do you control it? Thanks!

  • fahamika Level 1 (0 points)

    Be in the same room as your kids how about that. Don't rely on a prgram to watch your kids.

  • fahamika Level 1 (0 points)

    there is still the access control to turn off certain mac address at certain times. or the whole network at that time.

  • siamless Level 1 (0 points)

    I returned the box (lacking SNMP should be imprinted on it) to the Apple Store.

    I can only guess why the company removed a simple network management protocol feature and does not want that users monitor and map network availability, performance, and error rates of an Apple Network...

  • mrmattymo Level 1 (0 points)

    Wow this is truly disappointing.


    Just brought my Airport Extreme home and discovered this. Lucky for me it sits behind a Juniper Firewall so I can still monitor traffic from the SRX side, but even the list of attached clients is gone!!!! ***!!!


    The boost in performance is welcomed..but I will have to think this through before the return policy is up....


    WIll be shopping around on the net tonight...may have to go with another vendor....

  • EpaL Level 1 (0 points)

    I just bought a new Retina MacBook Pro so I'm in the market for an 802.11ac router. Lack of SNMP is a deal-breaker for me so I won't be purchasing an Airport Extreme / Time Capsule, much to my disappointment as I love the ones I already have.


    Does anyone have any recommendations for a good 802.11ac AP that does support SNMP?

  • Bob Timmons Level 10 (98,184 points)
  • K I M B A K A T Level 1 (0 points) NOT buy this for your office or if you have to manage or troubleshoot traffic. Apple is dumming their  s h i t  down faster than George Lucas can dumb down the Star Wars saga!!!!


    It's the Jar Jar Binks of Routers now!!!

  • K I M B A K A T Level 1 (0 points)

    Thank you for the alternative that offers MORE for Apple's smarter users!

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