Greetings, I Run a wireless network at a Marina. and a boater has come to me with a brand new Mac Powerbook Pro. I can't seem to get him to be able to access the Internet on my network. the way the wireless network works is You find the Signal and connect to it. it is unsecured so no WEP needed. just connect, then when you open your Browser it redirects you to a internal log in page. which you then log your user name and password into, and away you go to surf. now of the 700 boaters, 200 have taken advantage of the free wireless, all 200 until today have been Windows Users, and in the event the redirect does not happen I just type; 192.168.2.40/loginpages/login.shtml and bingo they are logged in, Safari wont open this page. it says it does not exist. when I go to the network utility it says the IP address from the DHCP is 192.168.1.139 and the router ip is 192.168.1.40 which is the internal router and only allows internet access via wired computers, 192.168.2.40 is for public use, no other computer in the marina is taking the 192.168.1.40 router route. anyone have any ideas and methods to get safari to work?