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Losing internet connection on reboot/restart

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When starting, restarting, or coming up out of sleep mode, my imac (with leopard + update) always states "no internet connection" and I have to click through the diagnostic pathway to reestablish my connection, which is fine until the next reboot/restart. Any suggestions would be welcome!!!!! Thanks!
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