MacBook Pro with Snow Leopard (10.6.1)

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  1. AndieB macrumors newbie

    AndieB

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    Hi all,


    since I bought Snow Leopard and also after updating to v10.6.1 I've had great issues with Internet sharing on my MacBook Pro.

    When running Tiger, it all worked out very well.

    I have my MacBook Pro which connects via AirPort to my wireless router and the IP-address for my AirPort has been assigned to 192.168.76.103.

    I've enabled Internet sharing and I have a device which connects to my MacBook Pro via the ethernet port. The device is using DHCP.

    When I connect my device and turn it on, it receives no IP-address from my MacBook Pro!

    I can't figure out what is wrong!

    There must have been some changes made, because it worked out perfect in Mac OS X Tiger. The only change that has taken place is the update to Snow Leopard.

    Does anyone have any clue what I can do??

    Thank you in advance!

    --Andreas--
     
  2. dyn macrumors 68030

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    Are you using a crosscable to link the mbp with the other device?
     
  3. AndieB thread starter macrumors newbie

    AndieB

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    Cable type

    I am using what I would call a "standard" cable, that you use when connecting a device to a router/switch.
     

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