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  • agraffe Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I'm having the same issue and it's very frustrating.

     

    I have review all of your Churchil's articles, but I couldn't make it work. (my iMac's firewall was already off also)

     

    Within my moments of desperation, I turned OFF NAT at my router and it started to work very good (a little bit slow but it was working), but when the NAT is OFF, I can't connect to the Internet.

     

    I'm not good with networks, so I don't know what I'm doing.

     

    Could this lead someone to another solution for this problem??

     

    Thanks!

     

    Note: my router is a linksys E2500, witch I have read it does not work very good with airplay :s

  • mloman84 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I'm having the same issue.  Purchased my new macbook pro back in November.  I'm starting to wonder if I just need to get in touch with apple and take advantage of my warranty.  I've had this issue on and off since I've purchased it.  The first time that it happened was between late december and early February.  It worked great after some updates during that month and has been working great up until the last few days. 

     

    I've attempted everything suggested in the forum and still to no aveil.  I'm attaching a picture to so you can see what I'm seing and hopefully someone will be able to provide a solid solution.  I just wish apple would address this issue a lot more rather than letting the contributors to this forums make all the suggestions that Apple "didn't" provide. 

     

    All products are one year warranty correct?  I'm happy with my product, but if I'm paying almost 3k for a laptop computer, I expected to perform the way it was hyped up to. 

     

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  • mloman84 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I'm having the same issue.  Purchased my new macbook pro back in November.  I'm starting to wonder if I just need to get in touch with apple and take advantage of my warranty.  I've had this issue on and off since I've purchased it.  The first time that it happened was between late december and early February.  It worked great after some updates during that month and has been working great up until the last few days.

     

    I've attempted everything suggested in the forum and still to no aveil.  I'm attaching a picture to so you can see what I'm seing and hopefully someone will be able to provide a solid solution.  I just wish apple would address this issue a lot more rather than letting the contributors to this forums make all the suggestions that Apple "didn't" provide.

     

    All products are one year warranty correct?  I'm happy with my product, but if I'm paying almost 3k for a laptop computer, I expected to perform the way it was hyped up to. Screen Shot 2014-06-08 at 12.36.08 AM.png

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