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got a bit of a problem with mac laptop - it was working fine through airport on a linksys router - then it suddenly stopped connecting to the internet, the MAC address of the network card is registered within the linksys software but it appears that the linksys isnt giving the mac an ip address, i've manually given it an ip address through tcp/ip but still no internet connection, the thing is this is only effecting the mac at home, at work it connects to the internet fine, again through wireless - i appreciate this is a bit vague but wondered if anyone had any ideas?
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You will need to Power Cycle your setup at home. That will clear up the connectivity issue you are having when you are at home.

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