Question about Apple AirPort Extreme Router
I just switched from DSL to Time Warner cable modem service. I can connect my MacBook Pro directly to the modem and get a valid IP address just fine using DHCP. But when I connect my Apple aiport base station to the modem, I cannot get an IP address from the modem. I can talk to my base station just fine from the MacBook, the problem seems to be between the base station and the modem. I am connecting from the airport to the modem using ethernet, not PPPoE - I did not have to use PPPoE to connect my MacBook to the modem, so I assumed I didn't need it to connect from the airport to the modem. I already called Time Warner about this and they can see my modem talking to the airport. Because I can connect my MacBook directly without a problem, they of course say it is not their problem.... Any suggestions? I have turned the various pieces of equipment off an on about 50 times already - no help....
Go to applications,utilities and go to airport set up and check the settings, it could need the DHCP setting up or the old settings deleted
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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