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Internet, Networking, and Wireless Discussion of networking, internet, and wireless including Apple's Airport products.

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why does my wireless internet on my apple mac leopard version always drop out at night it drives my crazy
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where do i find the reply to a question i asked?
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where do i find the reply to a question i asked?
thankyou just found a whole heap of info on wi-fi from the link below
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Hello....I solved part of my wi-fi problem. I just switched from a Cisco lynsis router to an Apple airport express. I kept the same network name, but changed the password. Not a good idea, change the network name and know it logs on every time. Thanks for the input from one of the members, sorry can't remember which one. I have an other problem, my connectivity via wi-fi is at times unstable. When my menu bar indicates that I have lost the internet connection I check my iphone and try to access safari, no problem, yet my laptop is telling me different. I go to my airport utility, where i get an amber light on the internet and green on my airport express. I click on internet and it shows disconnected. Is there a setting that I need to adjust this never happened with my old router. Help and thank you
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