Wireless "disconnects" in Leopard

Discussion in 'macOS' started by aforty, Mar 11, 2008.

  1. aforty macrumors 65816

    aforty

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    #1
    Hi guys and gals,
    Yes, I did search. Came up with some threads but no answers.

    I got a brand new 17" MBP yesterday and I've been having some wireless disconnect problems. My connection will drop out (as in I can't go anywhere) but Leopard will not say that I'm actually disconnected. I have to go and disable and re-enable the Airport from the top menu to fix it.

    Router is a DI-624 with no DHCP (so I connect statically). SSID is being broadcast and I'm using WPA-Personal for password protection. No other laptops or computers have this issue, so it's not an issue with my actual connection to the ISP dropping. Something wrong with my setup? Has anyone else experienced this?


    Edit: it just happened again while I was posting this. This is annoying.
     
  2. aforty thread starter macrumors 65816

    aforty

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    So nobody has any ideas for what I could try or settings that are known to cause issues?
     
  3. mankar4 macrumors 6502a

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    have you run software update? This used to happen to me before it was fixed.
     
  4. jyoull macrumors newbie

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