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OS 10.5 - Macbook Pro and Imac keep losing Wireless signal from Linksys WRT600N---New Mac user.


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New Mac user=====Help !!!!!!!

Macbook Pro:
Can connect to the G side with no problems. When waking out of sleep mode is connects fine.

It will connect to the N side if I just restarted the Mac, but will lose connection after about ten minutes. When coming out of sleep mode it will not connect to N at all.

Imac:
My Imac connects fine the the G side but then will drop out in roughly 15 minutes. The airport signal meter starts out at full strength then over time drops out to two bars and loses connection.

Just loaded Leopard on both machines.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Take a look at this FAQ and see if it helps. I would start with a firmware update and make sure you're operating on a unique channel.

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