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Airport Failure Notice on Mac

When router is on and MacBook is on, the Dlink router will not work on my portable computer but it works on the desk top computers that are hard wired.

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Check to see if the MAC( not as in Macintosh) filter is on.. or that you DHCP enabled on the router and that you are obtaining an IP automatically..

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What u meen built in wi fi adpoter in labtop dont work in air port proably need upgard eto linksys n pcmia card slip in on side ok thx nick

Posted on Feb 09, 2008

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The flashing orange may be an indication (what does the d-link guide say - look on the CD that came with it)
Try connecting the mac to the router with an ethernet cable - there should be one in the box. The mac will automatically pick up the router if the wireless isn't working. Can you connect to the net now? If you can, then the router is working OK. If not then the router may well be corrupted. Reset it by pushing the end of a straightened paperclip into the tiny hole on the back of the router. It may be labeled 'reset' but if not check the CD again to ascertain where it is.
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The fact that you can connect to other networks tells me that your mac book network config is ok.

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One thing that comes to mind and drove me completely insane once is your wireless network name (ssid) is case sensitive. So homenet is different from Homenet for example and you won't get any decent error messages.

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Unless I am misunderstanding what you're trying to do, the router doesn't have drivers on your system (either PC or Mac). Your Macbook should have an ethernet port, and wire directly to the router. If it has Wi-Fi (I think they call it Airport, but I'm not a "Mac Guy"), it ought to still recognize your router as an available network, and allow you to login (I have a colleague with a Mac who logs in my PC LAN all the time).

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