MacBook Pro :: Connecting Wifi With Cisco Clean Access

Nov 7, 2009

I have a 13" MBP running 10.5.8 My wifi works fine everywhere except for my school.

The airport connects, has full "signal" and it seems to assign an ip. BUT when i open firefox or safari the redirect/authentication page that is supposed to open never does; instead i get "page not found" or its equivalent. So i can't login or access the internet obviously.

Here is the other part, there are about 40 or so macbooks in every class I have running leopard and snow leopard and no one else seems to have a problem.

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