Paladin of the Pegasos
Posts: 1194 from 2012/11/10
From: Manchester, UK/GB
Ok I have solved my problem.
Take a look at the wifi settings in your router.
There my settings (For macmini):
WPA2 - PSK
Encrytian methode AES
With this wifi settings my airport-card in my macmini connects to the internet.
I also had issues with connecting, or losing connection, and after checking my wireless settings I changed them from:WPA (TKIP) to -----> WPA (AES)
I also changed from Channel 11 ----> Channel 7
So thanks for that pegasos-sigi2
My Mac Mini is also working much better, swifter and my connectivity of accessing / downloading / acknowledgement / acquisition of data download/signal although the same 4 'radians' in the screenbar icon is displayed - actually seems to be working more reliably/settled.
Does everyone know that clicking on the icon itself with the left mouse button seems to re-initialise the connection, and a right mouse-click opens a menu (after a while on some occasions) where you can choose the wireless service you want to connect to rather than having to go into prefs to do so.
I mention this as I haven't seen any docs regarding use of the Wireless screenbar, and its functions, though I may have just bypassed them, by mistake, of course
I also noticed mention in the 3.6 release notes of a Wireless Manager
in Networks, but after my installation I cannot see one, or am I looking in the wrong place - Sys:Applications/Networks/? (Wireless Manager)
MacMini 1.5GHz,10,2,64MB VRAM,1GB,Airport, Bluetooth,A1016 Keyboard,T-RB22 Mouse,DVD-RW-DL+CD-RW,Iomega MiniMax,Belkin 6 port 3 x Firewire/3 x, USB2, MorphOS 3.12, Mac OSX 10.4/10.5, A1138+A1139 PwrBk MOS v3.12,Model 5,8/5,9, & PowerMac G5 2.3GHz(DP)