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Hello everyone. I have an iPhone SE and a 2012 model MacBook Pro. I have been using my wifi with no issue for a month or so, but as soon as I updated my Mac to Mac OS X High Sierra 10.12.1, my Mac is not connecting to the internet. It is working perfectly with my iPhone and even showing wifi connected on my Mac but not actually loading webpages. Any ideas what should I do? Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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Hello,


Restarting the Router is the same as rebooting it, yes.


I would clear the entire Wi-Fi network list, then add your Wi-Fi connection again. You can then connect to other networks at a later stage when necessary.


I have done this on a few occasions in the past when I have had this problem.


Kind regards


Lee

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Nov 17, 2017 7:11 PM in response to tumul98 In response to tumul98

Hello tumul98,

Thank you for using Apple Support Communities.

I see that you are having issues with Wi-Fi connectivity with your MacBook Pro. I would recommend starting with the following support article to troubleshoot the issue:

How to troubleshoot Wi-Fi connectivity

Best regards.

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Nov 17, 2017 7:11 PM in response to tumul98 In response to tumul98

Hello tumul98,

Thank you for using Apple Support Communities.

I see that you are having issues with Wi-Fi connectivity with your MacBook Pro. I would recommend starting with the following support article to troubleshoot the issue:

How to troubleshoot Wi-Fi connectivity

Best regards.

Nov 17, 2017 7:11 PM

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Nov 17, 2017 12:32 AM in response to tumul98 In response to tumul98

Hi,


first try rebooting the Router. If you have already tried this, you could try the following:


Open System Preferences -> Network

Click Wi-Fi, then select the Advanced Tab.

When the list of Wi-Fi Networks Appears, highlight the networks, and select - to remove them

Once you have cleared the list, try reconnecting to your Wi-Fi network again.


I have had to do this a few times before, it usually does the trick.


Kind regards,


Lee

Nov 17, 2017 12:32 AM

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Nov 17, 2017 9:44 PM in response to tumul98 In response to tumul98

Hello,


Restarting the Router is the same as rebooting it, yes.


I would clear the entire Wi-Fi network list, then add your Wi-Fi connection again. You can then connect to other networks at a later stage when necessary.


I have done this on a few occasions in the past when I have had this problem.


Kind regards


Lee

Nov 17, 2017 9:44 PM

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