I bought a MacbookPro 3 weeks ago but never succeeded in connecting wireless to the internet properly with my Belkin N1 F5D8231-4 v2 router. The status is connected, airport is green, the bars are most of the time all black, but I can't open a page. Sometimes it does work, I am able to open a page, but then it falls out again. If it works, it's also very slow. All the other windows pc's and laptops in my house are working fine. Wired as well as wireless. I have called the Mac support line several times, we tried many things but it all didn't work. I also called Belkin four times, but they also don't seem to be able to fix the problem. I changed the channels and tried 6, 9 and 11, but without any result. According to Mac I need to reset the router, but Belkin is reluctant to do that since they are afraid that the other pc's and laptops won't work properly anymore after the resetting. I am able to connect wireless to the internet in the MacDonalds so I assume that there's no problem with my wireless card. According to Belkin there is a problem with my Mac and according to Mac there is a problem with Belkin, so there is no solution coming out. I was googling about this problem and found out that there are many problems with mac and belkin. It doesn't seem to be compatible. If so, what can I do about it? I can't change the router, because I am sharing the router with 6 other pc's/laptops in the house. It's really frustrating! Thanks!