Wi-Fi connection in MAC OS X is established similarly just as in the other systems, but there might be certain problems faced while connecting to the Wi-Fi. To overcome such problems, we can trouble shoot the connectivity of network in MAC OS X by just following some easy steps discussed in the tutorial below.
Click on the ‘Wi-Fi Symbol’
Click on the ‘Wi-Fi Symbol’ available on the top right corner and select the ‘Open Network Preferences’ option.
Click on ‘Advanced Option’
Click on the ‘Advanced’ Option given in the bottom right corner.
Click on ‘TCP/IP’
Select the 'TCP/IP' tab and click on the ‘Renew DHCP Lease’ Tab.
Go to the ‘Wi-Fi’ Tab
Select the networks present under the ‘Wi-Fi’ option to delete each and every network available in the screen.
Delete ‘Available Networks’
Use the ‘-’ sign to delete each and every available network and click on the ‘OK’ button.
Click on ‘Keychain Access’
Click on the ‘Login’ option. Now sort the data available using the ‘Kind’ subtask under the options available.
Delete All the ‘Application Password’
Delete all the available ‘Application Password’ types and restart your computer.
Click on ‘Wi-Fi’ Option Available on the screen.
By clicking on the ‘Wi-Fi’ option, it might ask for the password as you have reset all the network settings to troubleshoot your Wi-Fi connection. Enter the ‘Password’ to get connected.
By using the above-mentioned steps, you can easily troubleshoot and get connected to the Wi-Fi on your MAC.