So I just upgraded to Mountain Lion, and I'm watching some Netflix over my Apple TV, when it stops streaming and tells me it's not connected to the network any more. Sure enough, my Air has also lost it's network connectivity and the Airport Extreme is solid Amber on the status light.
I wait a while, it starts to flash green, then it goes green, and slowly my SSIDs start to appear, and everything is normal again.
I presume the AE just rebooted, so I fire up Airport extreme to look at the logs, and remember that in Airport Utility 6.0, all the nice advanced features (and some not so advanced ones) are not available. Amongst them is viewing the logs. So I download 5.6, which is the most recent non-6.0 version that uses the old ways and lets you view logs etc - and it won't install because it's not compatible with Mountain Lion.
A bit of googling about also reveals that apparently V6.0 will only manage Wireless-N networks. Seems anyone with older Airport kit, or a need to do anything slightly advanced in ML is screwed.
Anyone know how I can either view logs in 6, or install 5.6 on 10.8?