Port Forward an old Airport Express

I am setting up one of my old laptops to be a remote access point into my home network. After setting up no-ip.com on my machine to circumvent the static IP requirement, all I needed to do was forward a specific port in my router to the internal machine. Unfortunately I have a pretty old Airport Express and the latest Airport Utility didn't support it. I went on to apple.com and downloaded a supported version but found that it didn't work on Mavericks. Thankfully the forums on Apple support led me to this Mavericks Airport Utility workaround. Thanks Corey! You just saved me a few bucks on a new router.

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