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    Not connecting to ISP
    My MBP connects just fine to my home network, but now I am in a ski house for the weekend, and it will not connect to the ISP. It says it is connected to the network though. I am currently connected with an ethernet cable that goes into the wireless router and then it sees the ISP, but not wirelessly. I dont get it, any answers?

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    Password for the network may have to be entered ??

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    No, it is connected to the network when i do the password, but the internet does not work. The ISP cannot be found or something. Well I can deal with a network cable attached to my MBP for the weekend...

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    Is it a linksys router?? Lots of people are having trouble with them.

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    yea it actually is. The funny thing is, my router at home is also a linksys and looks exactly the same but it connects to that easily and works great.

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    There is something wrong with the firmware in them. Well atleast you can use it wired right?

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    You probably need to enter the DNS addresses.

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    Did you try using the $ before the password?

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    Try setting your Airport settings to DHCP, that way it'll obtain the IP/DNS automatically.

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