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Help with wireless at my office


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usually when i open a browser, it will take me to a screen that requires me to enter my login name and password before i can connect to the internet. this morning though, whenever i open my browser, it just shows the safari can't connect page and network diagnostic button. i know the wireless network is working because airport is picking up the signal at full strength. unfortunately i don't know the address to the normal login page... does anyone have suggestions?
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Click on History, select whatever day you last were able to get on and then select the first link there.
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Click on History, select whatever day you last were able to get on and then select the first link there.
it wasn't in my history, so i guess i should find out the address for that page
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You could also go to network utility, select traceroute and then try to traceroute google.com

It should theoretically stop at the computer that allows traffic in & out.
Just type the ip address where the traceroute stops at into safari and see if you get the page you need.


DISCLAIMER: This is purely guesswork on my part and very likely will not work... it's worth a shot though if you're really up ****-creek.
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i was eventually able to find the logon screen and login, i bookmarked it for future reference.
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