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I don’t know why but when I upgraded to Snow Leopard my wireless internet got all wonky, connections were dropping left and right and I couldn’t maintain any worthwhile airport connection for longer than a few minutes.DHCP was behaving particularly strange and the automatic settings pulled from my router were dropping every few seconds.If all else fails, try this, which has worked for some individuals: * Reset your Mac’s System Management Controller (SMC) : Shutdown the Mac Book/Pro, remove the battery, disconnect the power, hold the Power Key for 15 seconds.Replace the battery, reconnect power, and zap PRAM and wait for 2 chimes before letting the keys go.There was no silver bullet, but each setting allowed my airport connection to become more stable, and the combination of all of these changes has sustained a connection without dropping: * Changed DHCP auto settings to manual – now I manually set my IP address on the network, I just set something high so it wouldn’t interfere with other DHCP machines.
Here’s what I did to fix my Airport wireless connection from dropping in Snow Leopard.
* Change Wireless Channels – I noticed that a neighbor recently changed their wireless channel to the same one I was on, it’s a weak signal but can still cause interference.
I logged into my wireless router and changed the wireless channel to a more obscure and unique one.
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