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sentofuno

 
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so you have a pc laptop and a macbook, you can see the internet with the pc but not the mac? is that right? you are right, your macbook needs an ip and dns provided by the router whether wired or wirelessly.

what is the ip address you get on your macbook from your router? is it similar to the one you get on your pc laptop (ie, 192.168.0.x for both?) or does your mac get an ip of 169.254.x.x? if it gets a 169.254.x.x address it is NOT getting an ip by DHCP.

does your macbook confirm you have joined your wireless network? do you have WEP or WPA security in place?

mac mini core 2 duo - 10.5.1 server
macbook core duo - 10.5.1 client
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