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I have a DI-624 connected via ethernet to a Mac G5 and an XP Desktop PC and an XP laptop via wireless. In the browser, I can get to the router by typing in the address from the desktop PC, but not from the Mac. I log in as admin, and it just does not seem to connect.

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  • pliebfried Nov 14, 2009

    No proxies being used. Safari is the browser and it used to work with this Mac and the same router at a different location/DSL provider.

  • pliebfried Nov 14, 2009

    No proxies being used. Safari is the browser and it used to work with this Mac and the same router at a different location/DSL provider.

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Check the web-browser settings on the Mac -- "disable" any usage of a proxy-server.

Or, try a different web-browser, in case the web-browser on the Mac cannot properly handle the web-pages that the DI-624 is sending.

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