Snow Leopard on my Macbook (Model identifier 2,1) is refusing to connect to the internet via the WiFi connection I use in the office - the very same network that my iPhone is happily connected to without problems. Its giving me the new "Alert: No Internet Connection" messgae, which Google searches suggest is becoming a menace to a lot of SL users.
I've tried the following so far :-
- Restarting my Macbook
- Toggling Airport on and off
- Getting network settings to not remember that network
- Changing the device priority order in network settings
Anyone else got any suggestions? Didn't have these problems in Leopard, contemplating a downgrade at this point, since its already caused me MySQL and PHP issues. Do Apple actually test things?
Update works fine on my home wireless, which would normally make me think its an issue with the office router, but if that were the case the iPhone wouldn't connect to it and it wouldn't have worked under Leopard.
Its worth mentioning that I don't have access to the settings of the office router nor can I reboot it. I'm looking for a fix at the Mac end of things