4 Replies Latest reply: Dec 12, 2008 8:08 AM by parry_pb
Douglas Parks Level 1 Level 1 (40 points)
On my old MBP I was able to bring up both the ethernet and the airport at the same time (on different networks). I migrated everything over to my new MBP and now I can only have one or the other connect. The second connects, but never gets an IP address (both use DHCP). By turning off one or the other I can switch between interfaces, but never have them both alive at the same time. One is connected to a 10. network, one connected to a 192.168 net. I have tried creating a new location with just the two interfaces in there but the outcome is exactly the same.

Is there a limitation on the new MBP that does not allow both interfaces to be alive at the same time? I use this to connect to my work network on the physical interface and connect to my home wireless for local printing and NAS support.


Dual 1.25 G4, MBP, MB, PB G4, Mac OS X (10.5.5)