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OS X Leopard :: Can't Connect To Wireless Network "connection Timeout"


I saw a similar thread, but I decided to post this in its own thread, because my problem isn't Airport-related, as is the one posted in the other thread. I have an Airport base station at home, and there have been no problems there. However, since upgrading to Leopard, I am no longer able to connect to the free Wi-Fi that is provided at work, by my employer. Every time I try, I get a "connection timeout" error. Other people are still able to connect to this network just fine, and nothing has changed there. My system seems to be the only thing that has changed, so logically, this appears to be a problem with Leopard.

I tried using the network diagnostic tool, to see if I could figure it out, and I got a message that says that my network password is invalid, which is strange indeed, because it is an open network, and no password is required to access it!

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