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Have cat5 connected from router to McAire have cat5 connected from MacBook Pro to router
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Macbook airport
you should try a software update first along with a PRAM and SMC update (hold the power button down when the computer is off for 15 seconds-it will beep. immediately after that hold down the Apple, option, P and R keys simultaneously until the computer reboots and chimes 3 times)
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
This sounds like an Intermittent Wireless connection problem. This is caused by cordless phones with 2.4GHz frequency. What you can do is change the Wireless Channel of your router to a different frequency/channel like channel 11, 1 or 9. Also you can try to relocate the base of your cordless phone away from the router or to a different room. In addition, you can try positioning the router to higher places like on top of cabinet or mount it on the wall..
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
Your better bet is a wireless access point. It plugs into your router and can be configured to be transparent to the network so that any IP address you get for your wireless device comes from the original router (better for networking).
At the blinkingly fast speeds of your Wireless internet, "N" is a waste. Get the "G". Here's a link to the product I would use...it runs about $50. http://www.tplink.com/products/product_des.asp?id=116
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
SOURCE: Is there a way to
The speakers should directly connect to the "line-out" socket on your Macbook computer, without any need for adapters.
I have _never_ seen a wireless router that had _any_ "audio" capability -- what you're asking for seems to be unreasonable.
Any "Dollar Store" or the "big-box" stores (such as Best Buy, Office Depot, Staples, Future Shop, Wal-Mart) should have adapter-cables.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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