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OS 10.5 - leopard wireless


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Spent all day trying to get my macbook working on our corporate wireless. Really frustrating because it worked perfectly on tiger
Any one out there experiencing these problems or got this working?

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Not exactly the same problem but I'm getting dumped from my ISP quite often on my home wireless N network. I must restart my MacBook to restore the connection. I never had any problem with Tiger and the problem started right after upgrading to Leopard
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Not exactly the same problem but I'm getting dumped from my ISP quite often on my home wireless N network. I must restart my MacBook to restore the connection. I never had any problem with Tiger and the problem started right after upgrading to Leopard
I only have one trouble with Leopard and the corporate wifi networks. The wifi icon in the menubar shows only the network that's currently connected, not all available networks. Here's my work-around in case it helps you.
http://discussions.apple.com/thread....4744&tstart=30.

There seem to be plenty of other wifi issues. You might browse
http://discussions.apple.com/forum.j...D=1222&start=0

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