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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I've run into this problem myself and it was due to a cordless phone. We solved it by messing with the channels used by the wireless Internet and the cordless phone. Unfortunately, if it isn't your phone, some neighbor's may be the culprit.

    • My landline phone is definately cordful, so if there is a problem, it's not mine to solve. Curiously the network connection can also fail if I start KisMAC to scan to see which channels are free. Which makes me suspicious that it's hateful software (or hardware) on the MacBook.

    • I have been having exactly the same problem with my MacBook Pro. If I start a new wireless network on my netgear router by using the ethernet cable then the MacBook did at one point pick it up again. If I do not do this then I get a message telling me that there was an error joining the network. I have also just tried deleting all the surplus locations listed in the airport plist to see if that makes a difference. What does "messing with the channels used by the cordless phone" mean. I do have a cordles