MacBook Pro :: Connecting With My Network To The Internet?

Nov 28, 2010

recently my mbp has not been connecting with my network to the internet. everything else connects just fine. my mbp connects just fine to other networks. but when I try to connect it to my network it fails. it says something about having a self assigned ip address. any remedies on how to fix this?

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