Question about Apple iMac G5 Desktop
I HAVE 3 COMPUTERS AT HOME. ONE OF THEM IS WIRELESS, THE OTHER TWO ARE NOT. OCCASIONALLY, MY WIRELESS HAS NO CONNECTION AND I CAN'T OPEN ANY PAGE. HIS HAPPENS WHILE THE SIGNAL FROM THE ROUTER IS VERY STRONG AND IT ALWAYS IS.
I CAN ALWAYS CONNECT TO THE INTERNET IF I USE MY OTHER TWO DESKTOPS, WHICH ARE CONNECTED (ETHERNET) TO THE ROUTER.
THIS PROBLEM WITH THE WIRELESS ALWAYS FIXES ITSELF, HOWEVER, IT IS VERY FRUSTRATING.
I USE AN AT&T 2WIRE ROUTER AND I HAVE A MAC COMPUTER.
Is it actively connected when this happens? You said the wireless signal is strong so i guess it is. In your airport menu, there is an option for "interference robustness" that may fix the problem.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
You may want to check the wireless security settings ie. (WEP / WPA /WPA2...etc) on the router, certain settings don't always work well with the macintosh, try changing them and that should help your problem.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
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