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AirPort Time Capsule - copy old to new

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We got a new AirPort Time Capsule (3TB) and would like to copy over all the data on our old AirPort 3TB (1st gen). What's the best way?
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This Apple KB explains the process:

http://support.apple.com/kb/ht5097
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Thank you!
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