Hello all, I've been having some wireless connectivity issues on my MBP (OSX 10.6.2) for the past half hour. I came back from a jog and all of a sudden I don't have any internet connection...wireless is giving me "Alert: No Internet Connection" and when I go into the network preferences it gives me "Airport has the self-assigned IP address xxx.xxx.xx.xxx and will not be able to connect to the internet. Prior to this, I've had virtually no problems with my internet and I've made no changes to my laptop or gateway (2wire 3800HGV-B, using AT&T U-Verse). The weird thing is that the two wireless items in my house are my laptop and iPhone, which both lost wireless connection at the same time. While a reboot of my iPhone worked (it can connect to the wireless network fine now), my laptop still can't connect. I've tried creating a new location in network preferences, no luck. I've changed wireless channels to see if that would work, nope. I've turned my airport wireless on my laptop on and off, as well as restart my laptop, nothing. I'm not sure where else to start...but I'll try to give as much info here as possible, to paint a picture. TCP/IP --- "Configure IPv4: Using DHCP", "Configure IPv6: Automatically". DNS --- Empty fields, no options to select WINS --- Empty, no options to select 802.1X --- Empty, no options to select Proxies --- Same Ethernet --- Configure:Automatically I'm trying to avoid restarting the gateway as that controls all the TVs in the house as well as the DVR and in the past when I've had to reset the gateway, it somehow messes up the DVR. Any ideas? By the way, the computer I'm using now is a desktop that is connected via ethernet cable to the gateway.