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Mac 911: A wild Wi-Fi ride to hunt a pesky set of problems

Glenn Fleishman | April 6, 2015
There's no technology simultaneously more useful and frustrating than Wi-Fi. Wireless local area networking shouldn't be rocket science at this point, even though it involves fiendish calculations and increasingly sophisticated physics.

Wi-Fi in general and Apple in particular want Wi-Fi to work without any extra configuration. A few clicks, a selection, and go! Thus, when something's awry it's often quite obscure or maddening because it's so far out of the norm. Aaron had to call in experts, but now you're equipped to tackle the challenge solo.

 

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