Hey all, I'm currently attending a college in Indiana and they have Wi-Fi throughout the student center and the academic buildings on campus. However, I have not been able to connect to their routers for a few weeks now and I was hoping 10.6.2 might fix the problem but it hasn't so this is my last resort. When I try to connect to the school's Wi-Fi, I am only given an "Connection Timeout" message from Snow Leopard. It doesn't let me connect to the routers at all. However, if I am in my dorm room I have no problem connecting to my own personal router or through Ethernet. Nor do I have a problem connecting to a Mac that is sharing it's internet connection. I performed a clean install of Leopard (10.5) on my MacBook and then re-upgraded to Snow Leopard but was still unable to connect and I also created a second user account but that didn't work either. So I know it's not a User setting problem. It is either a System problem, AirPort card issue, or my campus's wireless network settings. My specs are: MacBook 2,1. Intel Core 2 Duo, 2GB RAM, running 10.6.2 Any input or suggestions is greatly appreciated - thanks in advance!