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Leopard 10.5.2 Wifi Problems


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Just updated to 10.5.2 and I'm having regular Wifi drops. Airport is constantly scanning even though it's connected to my network!

I know this has been discussed ad nauseum on the Apple site but I was wondering if anyone here has managed a workaround?

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answer below in thread entitled wifi problems after 10.5.2 software update
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Thanks fatboydim - sorry to ask the obvious but where in the router settings would I find this?

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you will need an ethernet cable attached to the router [or another computer connected to the router via ethernet.

Then you type in the routers adress which will be something like 192.168.0.1

This should be printed on a label on the router.

This will bring up a log in page which usually leaves the password blank.

from there you should be able to go into settings and then look around until you find it.

I'd be more accurate only I'm away from home at the moment so I can't change the menu.
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