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3 replies, 2 voices Last updated by  Komando Community 2 weeks, 2 days ago
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  • #42026

    BruceB
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    @Arlo1946

    When I log in to my MacBook after being in sleep mode it takes approximately one minute to connect to the internet even though the wifi connection is on. This started to happen a couple of months ago.

  • #42033

    Komando Community
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    @KomandoCommunity

    Is it an older MacBook? It looks like at some point this was a known bug, as there are lots of threads and articles about this issue online.
    https://www.macworld.com/article/2146994/bugs-and-fixes-slow-wi-fi-reconnect-after-macbook-wakes-up.html

    This person took it upon themselves to write some code to fix the issue:
    https://medium.com/@airbagmoments/is-your-macos-wifi-groggy-after-sleep-ebf510011dd5

    There are numerous fixes you can try in those articles. Looking through the threads, some work for certain people while others do not. If an OS update is available for the device, I would try installing that first.

  • #42207

    BruceB
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    @Arlo1946

    This delay seems to be happening for all my devices, MacBooks, iPhones, samsung tablet. I’m wondering if it has something to do with my wifi cable router.

  • #42220

    Komando Community
    Participant
    @KomandoCommunity

    Since it is happening on all the devices, it would have to be something they all have in common like the modem/router. Do you have any custom settings on there? Is it one your ISP provided? You can log in and take a look at the settings, I would reach out to your ISP if you have had your model for a while. They need to upgrade them everyone in a while to ensure they work well with the current service.

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