2 Replies Latest reply: Mar 7, 2008 4:59 AM by iJerry99
iJerry99 Level 1 Level 1
My iPod constantly keeps dropping its connection to the network. My router/modem doesn't reset because my Macbook Pro's internet works fine. i have to go into settings-wifi and reconnect to my network. Anyone know how to fix this? It starts to get annoying after a while, especially when im trying to send mail or listen to a radio station from a web app. Any help is appreciated, thanks!

Macbook Pro 15.4", Mac OS X (10.5.2), 8gb iPod Touch 1.1.4
Reply by Duddo on Mar 6, 2008 6:17 AM Helpful
Hi,

You might try changing the WiFi channel on the router,
sometimes a neighbours Wifi on the same channel can cause similar interference, but may not be strong enough to affect your MacBook.

Good luck,

Dud

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  • Duddo Level 4 Level 4
    Hi,

    You might try changing the WiFi channel on the router,
    sometimes a neighbours Wifi on the same channel can cause similar interference, but may not be strong enough to affect your MacBook.

    Good luck,

    Dud

    Message was edited by: Duddo
  • iJerry99 Level 1 Level 1
    thanks for the reply,

    unfortunately in the morning it still disconnected. But on the bright side, it stayed connected longer then before. Thanks for the help, ill try a few other channels and see if that helps.