Loc: Dedham, MA, USA
OK, here's the story...<br><br>2 days ago, i was online, i quit, then went to go back online. Nothing.<br><br>I figured, well, maybe the basestation has to be restarted. Opened up Airport Admin Util., highlighted, clicked configure, Nothing. Spinning beachball.<br><br>Force Quit, unplug cable modem, unplug airport, plug in, plug in, good sounds, try going on again, nothing.<br><br>Restart, try Airport Admin, Util., nothing, check network control panel - airport - dave's network, password, not working, try only 3 possible passwords, (i couldn't remember if i had changed it or not)<br><br>Anyways, i got back online eventually by just going to Airport Setup Assis., join an existing network, then before i had to type any passwords, it woke up, and i could go online.<br><br>Well today, i get home and my airport strength meter is grayed out and says no network selected, so i choose - Apple Network e95354, and BOOM i'm online.<br><br>So...... what happened to my network (it's not listed) and how do i get it back?<br><br>How do I set my new (old) password from whatever it's set to now?<br><br>Not that i want to go messing around with this again, now that it's happy w/Apple Network #whatever.....<br><br>
I'm just guessing, but what if you press that little rubber button on the back? would that restart the base station?<br><br>"I think that gay marriage is something that should be between a man and a woman."
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"Well today, i get home and my airport strength meter is grayed out and says no network selected, so i choose - Apple Network e95354, and BOOM i'm online."<br><br>The airport was reset - that's the default network. That probably happened to you last night, but you may not have noticed the network name. Anyway, the default password is in the basestation manual (I forget what it is at the moment), you can look it up, connect with the Admin utility, and set up your network again.<br><br>If you can't find your manual, let me know and I should be able to find it somewhere.<br><br>
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