I came home yesterday to find that I could no longer connect to the Internet wirelessly, even though I was able to connect properly that morning, and nothing had been changed or for that matter touched on my configuration during the day.
My configuration is as follows:
High Speed Internet to Cable Modem;
Cable Modem connected by Ethernet cable to Apple Time Capsule/Airport Router
Time Capsule networked wirelessly with MacBook Pro running 10.5.2
MacBook Pro recognizes Time Capsule and settings in Airport Utility are accurate.
Here's what I know for sure:
- There is a good signal to the modem - has been confirmed with the cable company. Internet service is up, and they have successfully pinged the modem, reset it, etc.
- There is a good signal from modem to the computer when I hardwire them with the Ethernet cord directly. I can then connect to the Internet properly. I conclude from this that the cord itself (which usually runs from modem to TM) is working.
- There is a good signal from the Time Capsule to the computer - the computer recognizes and properly identifies the TC as a wireless network, and TC signals are all correct.
- All components are in the same room, and signal strength is usually excellent.
I have gone through every manual and checklist I can think of, restarted multiple times, spent over an hour on the phone with my cable provider, and am hitting a wall. If anyone can offer help, it would be SO appreciated!
Edited by dogmom623, 28 May 2008 - 12:06 PM.