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MacBook - Wireless Connection Issues


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I have a MacBook and I'm having trouble connecting to the internet. When I put it in standby mode, then get on it later, I get a full signal strength but I am not connected to the internet and my IP address is completely different than what it was before I entered standby mode. Then I restart it completely and then it connects fine, usually. If I browse the internet for awhile, usually it disconnects too. I had a Linksys wireless N router, then replaced it with the brand new wireless N routers by them and everything else connects fine (iPhone, Windows laptop, Windows desktop). All help is appreciated!
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NOTE: Moved to Airport, Networking, and Wireless Technology forum.

I'd start with the Wireless Networking FAQ and let us know if you have any further questions after that.

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