[OT] Wireless internet in my flat.

Phil Davis revdev at pdslabs.net
Wed Feb 25 20:13:06 CET 2015


Hi Richmond,

One possibility I see no one has yet mentioned:

When my network starts misbehaving, I often start the troubleshooting 
process by unplugging the router, waiting a few seconds, then plugging 
it back in. The effect is usually quite restorative! Just a 
shot-in-the-dark thought.

Phil



On 2/25/15 8:25 AM, Richmond wrote:
> I have a wired+wireless router connected to my cable modem in my flat.
>
> My Dell Optiplex 745 running Linux is connected via a LAN cable to the 
> router.
>
> My G3 iMac running Mac OS 9.2.2 is connected via LAN cable.
>
> My G5 iMac running Mac OS 10.4 and 10.5 connects wirelessly.
>
> My wife's laptop (generic rubbish) running Linux connects wirelessly.
>
> My iPad 1 connects wirelessly.
>
> My wife's Android NextBook connects wirelessly.
>
> My wife's Dell Optiplex 760 with wireless dongle connects wirelessly.
>
> My older son's iPad 4 connects wirelessly.
>
> Both of my sons' iPhones connects wirelessly.
>
> My older son's Lenovo laptop running Windows 7 connects wirelessly.
>
> BUT . . . My younger son's MacBook Air running Mac OS 10.10 is UNABLE 
> to connect wirelessly . . .
>
> Would be glad for any pointers as to why.
>
> Richmond.
>
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