931 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Jan 20, 2011 2:51 PM by Oriesko
Your post did not indicate whether you had power cycled your network.
If not, power down everything, modem, Time Capsule, computers, phones, etc...order is not important
Wait 5 minutes
Power up the modem first and let it run a few moments by itself
Power up the Time Capsule the same way
Power up your other devices one at a time the same way
Thanks for the tip! I have restarted modem and TC before, but my iMac was still running so problem persisted. Now I have turned off even my iMac and things start working again. Only my iMac shouted out that 10.0.1.2 IP address is taken by another device (earlier connected iPhone) which it never does before. Anyway, everything works just fine now.
I have came across some similar trouble via Google and some mentioned deleting some (unspecified) files in Library\Preferences\SystemConfiguration to solve problem. I'm not sure the problem won't start again if my iMac will be the first connected device and therefore also deleting/renewing some of these files could be useful. Or can I delete whole SystemConfiguration folder without losing any important settings?