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-DLink 655 Router
-Channel Autoscan enabled
-Wireless G and N enabled
-WPA Security
-Standard, not Wide

I've been trying to manually pick a channel to get better signal strength for all my network devices. My pc, ps3, sisters wii and ipod, and another laptop connect fine, but he macbook simply gets a connection timed out.

I switch back to channel autoscan and macbook connects. I've also tested this with wep and wpa 2 security and wireless G only.

please help me get the macbook to connect to manually selected channels.
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-DLink 655 Router
-Channel Autoscan enabled
-Wireless G and N enabled
-WPA Security
-Standard, not Wide

I've been trying to manually pick a channel to get better signal strength for all my network devices. My pc, ps3, sisters wii and ipod, and another laptop connect fine, but he macbook simply gets a connection timed out.

I switch back to channel autoscan and macbook connects. I've also tested this with wep and wpa 2 security and wireless G only.

please help me get the macbook to connect to manually selected channels.
Hi there,
I've tried googling for answers to your question, but found nothing of relevance.

The best advice I can offer you, is to give Apple a call and speak to one of their techs, who will hopefully be able to walk you through the process.

Mid 2011 i5 2.5 GHz iMac 21.5"
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