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Resolved Not able to log into my network ???

batk

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May 23, 2016
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Is there anyone that can help me.... Im tying to log into my wifi/network , i can choose different networks, i choose the one that is mine, trie to put in my password and it is not accepted.... i Have a TP-link AC1900, Touch P5 and all the other computers in my house have no problems connecting to it, its only my Mac Mini 2014. PLS help


Mac mini, OS X El Capitan (10.11.5)
 
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jpietrzak8

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[doublepost=1464003928][/doublepost]it is less than 2 mtr

There are no objects between the router and the Mini either? (I guess you could check the signal strength on the Mini to confirm whether the signal is being degraded.)

Also, are any of the other computers that do work with the router Macs? (I once had a problem with a router that only showed up when trying to connect from a machine with a particular operating system. It turns out I had to update the firmware on the router to fix the problem.)
 
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batk

macrumors newbie
Original poster
May 23, 2016
3
1
Norway
There are no objects between the router and the Mini either? (I guess you could check the signal strength on the Mini to confirm whether the signal is being degraded.)

Also, are any of the other computers that do work with the router Macs? (I once had a problem with a router that only showed up when trying to connect from a machine with a particular operating system. It turns out I had to update the firmware on the router to fix the problem.)
Hi
I have a Macb pro, Ipad, Windows phone and 4-6 other units connected without any problems.
 
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jpietrzak8

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Hi
I have a Macb pro, Ipad, Windows phone and 4-6 other units connected without any problems.

Well, that would seem to isolate the Mini as the one with the problem. It'd be nice to check it against a different router, to see if it is the specific combination of the Mini and the TP-Link, but I'm not sure of an easy way to do that without bringing in another router or taking the Mini somewhere else...
 
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