For past couple of days, my wifi kept on disconnecting when my macbook pro went to sleep and didn’t connect until I restarted my macbook. I did some search and found a quick solution to this problem.

My hardware configurations are:

  • Macbook Pro
  • Mac OS X 10.10  Yosemite / Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan (tested for both)
  • Netgear Router

Router or OS X version you are running should not matter and in the end I hope you’ll the solution to this irritating issue. Please follow these steps:

Step 1: Open your router’s setting.

Step 2: Go inside wireless section and then to wireless network.

Step 3: You’ll see something like SSID, Channel and mode. If the channel is “Auto”, try changing it to “10” or to “>8”.  10 worked in my case.

wireless

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