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Discussion in 'Mac OS X Lion (10.7)' started by dethmaShine, Jul 13, 2011.
The wifi just disconnects after some time. Whether its my iMac or its my MacBook.
Anyone with a fix?
Did you report the bug to Apple or check in the Apple Developer Forums? Either of those might have a fix for your problem.
I haven't been to that place for a while.
I have used http://developer.apple.com/bugreporter/ for more than 30 times in the past 4 months with some major bugs in the APIs and Xcode and the infamous bug - Mission Control. I haven't really research Mac developer forums for this issue which has cropped up recently.
But I'll take your word. I better ask this on dev forums.
I was having that issue... I disabled air video player server app running in the background and it hasn't dropped since. I thought it was IPV6 causing it, but disabling that didn't help. No wifi drops since I uninstalled that AVP server app. P.S. I did a clean install of lion
What does Console say when WiFi disconnects?
Looks like the following:
'15/07/2011 17:17:23.740 airportd: _doAutoJoin: Already associated to dethmaShine. Bailing on auto-join.
15/07/2011 18:20:01.000 kernel: AirPort: Link Down on en1. Reason 8 (Disassociated because station leaving).
It looks like its getting disassociation packets and is trying to disconnect itself.
It started happening after the GM build. Does some one have a temporary solution to this?
Lion WiFi drops
Mine seems to drop whenever a TimeMachine backup begins. Eventually it will reconnect but it's a pain in the ass. Currently have TM disabled during the day.
Mine was dropping all the time, since I changed the channel on my airport, hasn't dropped once.
installed Lion last night first few hours fine but now it can't even find my wireless router
my iPhone and iPad can but the MBP can't
I've got the exact same problem too! Wifi keeps dropping right after I upgraded to Lion. I suspect that the Airport drivers got changed and there's a bug somewhere, making it very susceptible to interferences.
Probably a feature...