WiFi issue. ISP Failed

rhagenjr

macrumors newbie
Original poster
May 24, 2015
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Hi there,

When I switch my mac's wifi on, it connects to the internet automatically at first. Roughly five minutes later the Wifi stops working and I have to go into diagnostics to run the assistance tool. It shows that the ISP has failed - I click continue, continue, continue and then it says that it all appears to be working correctly.

This whole process then repeats itself every 5 minutes.


However, my iPhone 5s stays connected to the wifi without a problem. Only happens on my macbook pro. Anyone have any suggestions on fixing this issue. It is rather annoying.
 

tdale

macrumors 65816
Aug 11, 2013
1,293
76
Christchurch, N.Z.
Hi there,

When I switch my mac's wifi on, it connects to the internet automatically at first. Roughly five minutes later the Wifi stops working and I have to go into diagnostics to run the assistance tool. It shows that the ISP has failed - I click continue, continue, continue and then it says that it all appears to be working correctly.

This whole process then repeats itself every 5 minutes.





However, my iPhone 5s stays connected to the wifi without a problem. Only happens on my macbook pro. Anyone have any suggestions on fixing this issue. It is rather annoying.
Probably this will fix it soon

https://www.macrumors.com/2015/05/26/apple-discoveryd-replaced-with-mdnsresponder/
 

Altemose

macrumors G3
Mar 26, 2013
9,171
479
Elkton, Maryland
While you maybe affected by the Yosemite issue, I would try deleting the Wi-Fi service in :apple: --> System Preferences --> Network and re-adding it.
 

rhagenjr

macrumors newbie
Original poster
May 24, 2015
3
0
Don't believe that this is a Yosemite issue. I had it prior to upgrading it as well. Let me mess around and get some screenshots that might help you out more!
 
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