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2005-09-18, 21:39

So here at home I have this Mac connected phisically to the router and then I have a PC connected Wirelessly to the router.

Mac _______ Router )))))))) PC
So, since about 2 weeks ago my internet connection started acting strange. I had to reboot my router really often because all of a sudden I couldn't access the internet and once I rebooted it would go back to normal for a while and then it would fail again...
Well, it got worse in the last 3 or 4 days to the point I called my ISP yelling telling it had to be their fault, etc..
Yesterday I started making experiences and noticed a pattern. Everytime I had wirelesse off (like I have now) everything worked normally, but once I turned Wireless on and a computer connected to the router wirelessly the internet wouldn't work anymore for any of the computers. (I mean none of the computers can access the internet...)

Do yuo have any idea of what this might be?

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