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Airport connection says Connection Timed Out.

Im using a macbook and trying to get onto a local wireless connection. It is unsecured and comes up one i turn the airport but i cant connect to it. It comes up ''Connection Timed Out.'' Ive never had that happen before. I am in range and have used the connection in the past. why cant i connect all of a sudden?

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I don't think this is a problem with your macbook, it is probably a problem with the wireless router that is broadcasting the connection. Try restarting the router and connecting then.

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