After upgrading to MacOS Sierra, you may face slow Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi not working problem. Look at our complete solutions to fix.
How to Fix WiFi Issues in MacOS Sierra
If your Wi-Fi connection is poor, so slow, not working correctly or whatever the issue is, take the following to get rid of the trouble.
- Turn Off the Wifi completely.
- From the MacOS Sierra desktop, create a folder on your Mac to take backup of existing WiFi preferences. Name it something like “wifi preference backup”.
- From the Finder window, call “Go To Folder” by pressing Command+Shift+G keys, then enter the following direction
4. Before delete the following particular files, you need to make a backup by copying all of them to the folder on the folder you have created on the desktop.
5. Turn On WiFi after reboot the Sierra OS to see if the Wi-Fi is working correctly now. If not, take the following steps to fix the issues completely.
6. Access System Preferences
7. Select Network item
8. Click on click on the WiFi from the list on the left side bar > Drop down the “Location menu” > Click on Edit Locations
9. You then lick the [+] plus button to create a new location. Type in a suitable name for network and Click on Done button
10. Now join the Wi-Fi network beside “Network Name”, enter the router password as usual
11. While you are on Network screen, select the “Advanced” button > Select TCP/IP tab > Click on “Renew DHCP Lease” button
12. Click on Apply button
13. Hit the DNS button from the Network screen > Click on Plus button (+) from lower left corner under DNS servers. You can add Google DNS (18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124) or OpenDNS (126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52).
14. Under Hardware tab, select Manually from Configure, Custom from MTU, and MTU number is 1453.
Click on OK, then Apply button to finish creating new WiFi network.
Boom! No more sad days! Your Wi-Fi connection must work correctly under MacOS Sierra now.