“OS X Mountain Lion has been a painless upgrade for most users, but there are a fair amount of people experiencing some unusual wireless connectivity problems and issues,” OS X Daily reports. “Mainly, the wi-fi connection seems to drop at random, or the Mac simply won’t stay connected to a wireless network for long. Sometimes it automatically reconnects and sometimes it doesn’t.”
“If you’re experiencing these wifi issues you’re not alone, the good news is that we have a few solutions that appear to resolve the connection problems in Mountain Lion,” OS X Daily reports. “For best results, try combining both of these tips.”
Fixing OS X Mountain Lion wireless connection issues:
#1: Add a New Network Location & Renew DHCP
#2: Change MTU Size to Prevent Dropped Connections
Complete instructions in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Are you experiencing wireless connection issues with OS X Mountain Lion? If so, did either or both of the fixes above correct your issue(s)? Or do you have another fix you’d like to share? Let us know below!