It’s entirely likely to be the cheap router disagreeing with the brand of wifi 
card in the iMac, but not the other devices

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> On 1 Dec 2016, at 16:48, mac98aop <adampym...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Thanks for all the replies. Just a quickie before buying a router.... the 
> fact that it's only the iMac that has problems connecting, does that mean 
> it's the iMac, or could it still be the cheapo router? I just fear buying a 
> new router if it's not going to fix it.
> 
> AP
> 
> On Sunday, November 13, 2016 at 9:58:10 PM UTC, mac98aop wrote:
> Hi folks
> 
> Since upgrading my broadband to fibre, and the router that PlusNet issue, I'm 
> having some problems...
> 
> Various devices simply struggle to connect. I will frequently be asked for 
> the WiFi password (which it already knows as sometimes does connect fine). 
> When I enter the password, it says it's incorrect.
> 
> There are often several devices in the house connected at any one time, 
> albeit not always in use:
> 
> - 2 iPhones
> - 2 iPads
> And then if in use... MacBook, iMac and AppleTV 
> (it's not as flash it sounds, we're a family of 8!)
> 
> I presume it's problems with channels and IP addresses. Annoyingly, if I turn 
> router on/off it usually fixes it, but that's tedious for all concerned.
> PlusNet were polite, but really not a clue....
> 
> Any thoughts? What's strange is that it's new since the supposed 'upgrade'.
> 
> Thanks
> 
> Adam
> 
> 
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