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Metin:

After verifying that the AirPort Extreme card is firmly seated AND its wireless antenna connected is attached, give the following steps, in order, a try. Stop if a steps resolves the problem.

 

Step 1

• Open a Terminal session. The Terminal application is located in /Applications/Utilities.

• At the command prompt, enter: ifconfig -a

• Locate the network interface that is giving you trouble. (Note: en1 = AirPort)

• Look to see if Terminal indicates the problematic interface is not enabled. (Note: Enabled = flags: UP, status: active)

• If not enabled, enter: sudo ifconfig en1 inet up

• At the command prompt, enter: ifconfig -a

• Verify that the problematic interface is now active and various network interface related data should now be listed.

Step 2

• In Finder, go to /Macintosh HD/Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration

• Move (not copy) the preferences.plist file to the OS X desktop.

• Restart the computer.

• Verify if you have connectivity. If not, go to the next step.

Step 3

• In Finder, go to /Macintosh HD/Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration

• Move (not copy) the NetworkInterfaces.plist & com.apple.airport.preferences.plist files to the OS X desktop.

• Restart the computer.

• Verify that you have connectivity. If not , go to the next step.

Step 4

• In Finder, go to /Macintosh HD/Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration

• Move (not copy) the entire SystemConfiguration folder to the OS X desktop.

• Restart the computer.

Verify that you have connectivity.

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