questionshow do i move my apple airport express to a new…

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I'm pretty sure it's a simple plug and play. To my understanding, an Airport Express is basically a router, plug that into the modem and you should be good. Any security settings you have wont go away because you've unplugged the device.

For clarity, what does TWC stand for? I can't imagine it would radically change the answer, but it's always good to be thorough.

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@thedogma: TWC = Time Warner Cable

[Edit] and yes, it's plug and play. It should simply work.

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@shrdlu: I thought so. I stand by my answer, then

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Thanks all! I knew I could count on you.

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[You could just buy a whole new airport express. woot has them on sale today

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Why would I do that? It's 2 months old? Trying to spend my money?

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@cowboydann: I see what you did there. Although in that case, I think it's more of a build and play than a plug and play.

edit: Oh yea, and as far as the question goes, I just did this about a month ago. Once you plug it in, everything will be exactly the same as before.

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Plug and play is awesome(thankfully). It should work just fine.