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OS 10.3 - Airport drops connection after 'waking' from sleep


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After waking from sleep, Airport has dropped my preset connection. This happens every time that the Powerbook goes to sleep mode. Is there a setting to correct this, or is this normal?

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OS 10.3
After waking from sleep, Airport has dropped my preset connection. This happens every time that the Powerbook goes to sleep mode. Is there a setting to correct this, or is this normal?

Thanks,
J.P.
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Yes, this is normal. When the computer sleeps the connection drops.
There are more than a few threads on here that discuss this, so please take a few minutes to search them out if you need more information.
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