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I recently bought a Mac Mini with Snow Leopard, and I'm connecting it wirelessly to the d-link router. When I am surfing the web (with Safari or Firefox), sometimes the pages load really fast ... but sometimes takes forever. I have to restart my router to resolve the problem. However, the other two pc and my macbook pro had no problems at all.

In addition, the airport signal strength is full. When I run the Network Diagnosis, the diagnostic returns something like Your internet is working fine. Can I please get some help? Thanks!
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A new unit or a Used one - did u do the set up for the Network. With 2 PCs and a MBP i guess your router is wireless and handing out the DHCP so in the Mini in the Sys Prefs/Network with Airport selected in L/H pane click Advanced and check that under TCP/IP it has Using DHCP selected.
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I am using a new one. I have DHCP selected under TCP/IP. Any ideas?
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Did you try using open DNS? It made a big difference on my Imac. Not sure it would do anything on the Mini but it may be worth trying.
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