My MacBook won't connect to the internet at all. Not via airport or via ethernet. Both my other computers - running XP and Vista connect without a hitch everytime but my MacBook refuses to.
When I try to connect via airport it won't get an IP address and via ethernet it gets a self assigned IP. However, when I boot up to my windows 7 via bootcamp then I can connect to the network just fine, so it isn't a hardware issue.
However, if I take it to any of my client's offices then it connects fine, so I'm doubly confused as to why it's only my network/router that has an issue
Apple tech support suggested interference but it doesn't work on any other channel - and I'm confused as to why ONLY Mac OS X has an issue.
I'm running Snow Leopard