What's going on with AirPort development? Leo says that Apple has reassigned most of the engineers who handle the Airport to other products, so it sounds like Apple is moving away from it. Since routers do wear out and become unreliable over time, it's probably time to replace it with a different brand.
Brad says every time he tries to upload his photos to Google Photos, his Wi-Fi fails. Leo says that turning his Wi-Fi off and on could help as it renews the "lease" on the router with a new IP address. Something inside the Mac's network settings could be messed up, and renewing the lease can fix it.
It could also mean that the computer has lost contact with the router. He should reset his AirPort and update the firmware. That chatroom says it may be Google Photos that's causing the issue as well.
Tanner is into racing and although he has Verizon at home, he still can't get the live racing feed unless he's a mobile subscriber. They want customers to double dip and because they have deals with other broadcasters, they can't just let them have it all with a FIOS subscription.
Chris bought a fourth Airport Express, but now the wireless client is broadcasting the Wi-Fi information by numbers, not names. So he has no clue what devices are what. He says it happened after upgrading the software. Leo says that's baffling, but he has a hunch it's the device's MAC addresses.