0 Replies Latest reply: Sep 16, 2008 8:11 AM by kaz78
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At my office, I have two different networks:
1. AirPort where I need to use a static IP setting on a my Mac.
2. Airport where I need to use a DHCP.
I would like to assign a network name (AirPort A) to one Location A and another network name (Airport B) to Location B.

Previous to the Intel-Chip Macs this was no problem at all. Then the Intel-Chip Macs came which had 10.4 installed, and it was no longer possible to assign certain network names to certain network locations. However, with 10.5 this problem was solved until most recently, when I realized on a few of my Macs that it would not switch to the other AirMac, even when I switched the locations. The proper network names are assigned to each network locations.

It is likely a problem with Keychain, but I even tried to reset my Keychains and also erased the complete "login" Keychain and created a new "login" Keychain. But I am still experiencing the same problems.

Has anyone experienced the same problems and found a way to solve this problem.

MacBook Pro 2.33 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo & PowerMac G5, Mac OS X (10.5.4)