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Hosting a website off of OSX server and IIS on Windows 7

I have two computers that host websites. One of the computers is running OSX Server for OSX 10.9. The other is IIS 7.5 running on Windows 7 professional. The OSX server is setup to run the main site ...
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How can I get OSX Mavericks to notice a change in `/etc/hosts`?

A common way to "block" a website (eg, to eliminate it as a distraction) is to edit /etc/hosts and point the domain to the loopback address. Eg: # Stop goofing off 127.0.0.1 youtube.com On ...
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Specifying DNS: Router or PrefPane?

OSX Lion (10.7.5). Network preferences has an option to set up (and order) DNS adresses. My router (Bell Connection Hub - Bell Canda) also has an option for specifying DNS addresses. Which takes ...
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OSX Open Directory Network Users Problem and Kerberos

I've got a Mavericks Server mostly working, but I still get some funkiness. Main problem is that I've been having a great deal of trouble getting network user accounts with home directories on the ...
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Resolve domain name using the internal IP when inside the intranet?

I want to access a web server using the same domain name while I am inside the intranet but a different IP. Let's say that I register into a public DNS: mysrv-public.example.com public-ip ...
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DHCP and DNS fail to work in Mac OS X 10.8.2, still work in recovery mode

I've been most unfortunate to see my mid-2012 Macbook Air 11" running Mac OS X 10.8.2 stop properly receiving DHCP leases AND resolving DNS names to IPs. I know, there is 10.8.5, and Mavericks that ...
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Mountain Lion OSX Server One IP Virtual Sites www resolving to wrong Site

I am trying to get 2 domains working properly with one static IP on ML OSX Server. When I set a domain = www.domain2.com- it resolves to domain1.com. I have dns set for domain 2 at godaddy, where ...
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SSH'ing with just a machine name on internal network: nodename nor servname provided, or not known

Yesterday I was able to ssh into my development box by using the machine name. Today, I can't. I can nslookup and use chrome to navigate to my box using just the machine name. ping and ssh do not ...
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On OS X is it possible to override DHCP assigned DNS servers but still keeping them for fallback?

By default I would like to use the google public DNS servers and to fallback to intranet ones when these are failing. Is this possible? ... I am looking for a setup that would not break when I move ...
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Mavericks - ssh to host under search domain

I am VPNed in to a network which has its own search domain, and it mostly works - I don't have to type the domain in the browser, and the host command resolves to the correct IPs. However, when I try ...
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How can I block a given DNS from being used?

When I get a list of DNSs that OS X is using, it shows 3: Two from my ISP, and one is 192.168.1.1. Is it possible to prevent OS X from using the third one?
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DNS Zones not working after OS X 10.8.5 upgrade

Prior to upgrading from OS X 10.8.4 to 10.8.5, I had the following DNS zone file in place that worked perfectly fine - now it's failing: ; ; BIND data file for dev sites ; $TTL 604800 @ IN ...
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DNS resolution temporarily failing

Macbook air mid-2012 w/ Mountain Lion. Whenever I wakeup from a long sleep and also on some random moments when it's on, i get DNS resolution failures for every server, with nslookup saying ;; ...
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Trying to find the /etc/resolve

I'm trying to connect a Macbook Air running 10.8.4 to a Windows 2008 R2 server. I have run into trouble as we use a company.local. I think this may be the problem: ...
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How to make Apple Server's DNS play nice with a mixed pc mac vpn'd office setup

I am hoping you can help. The setup: 2 Offices with PC's and Macs, running Win7, the latest OSX and OSX server connected via VPN The two offices use different subnets: xxx.xxx.38.xxx and ...
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Lion resolving DNS names when querying server directly, but not when used in a command or app

I've recently (as in minutes ago) added a hostname and reverse (A and PTR) records for a hostname on my internal network, using a Bind DNS server. For some reason, i can both dig and nslookup this new ...
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Something keeps directing sub domains back to my own local host 127.0.0.1

I run mamp pro locally for web development and for each site I have internal maps for: domain.com = remote dev.domain.com = remote domain.dev = local I expect domain.dev is handled by mamp on my ...
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Another DNS name resolution trouble!

The problem I have OS X Mountain Lion, latest updates installed. Randomly after boot, I have no network connectivity from a user perspective. Web browsers are unable to display pages, no mail to ...
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Ethernet Working but No Internet Connection

In my office, nearly everybody uses Mac and we have just only one Windows 7 system. Just this morning, all the Mac systems (10.8.2) could not connect to the internet but could connect to the network, ...
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Cannot Resolve Host

For some reason my system will not resolve hosts added to /etc/hosts. If I add an entry: 127.0.0.1 somename.dev It won't resolve. If I add this, however: 127.0.0.1 somename.dev ::1 somename.dev ...
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Mac Frequent SSL errors when trying to reach google.com

On my mac, I often try to go to Google.com and chrome gives me an error: "You attempted to reach www.google.com, but instead you actually reached a server identifying itself as www.apple.com. This may ...
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Why are DNS server addresses lost after reboot?

I applied OpenDNS server addresses to Network Preference > Advanced > DNS. These were applied first under user account, then believing I needed to apply as Admin. Yet upon reboot they're replaced ...
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Do /etc/resolver/ files work in Mountain Lion for DNS resolution?

Can anyone tell me if adding a file under /etc/resolver will work for DNS resolution using a DNS server other than what is handed out via DHCP ? My issue is that I want to use OpenDNS for a clients ...
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Mac OS X Mountain Lion - DNS resolving uses wrong order on VPN via dial-up connection

I am using a MacBook with Mac OS X 10.8.2 and connect to my company's network via VPN. Everything works great when establishing the VPN connection via LAN or WLAN. However, when I use a dial-up ...
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How to add some additional DNS search domains without ignoring the DHCP ones?

I just want to add my own list of Search Domains but without overriding the ones returned by the DHCP? As anyone would imagine I already tried to add them to Network > Advanced > DNS but adding them ...
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User specific hosts file in Mac OS X

I'm working on an OS X 10.6.8 machine, for which I do not have superuser privileges. I'd like to imitate the effect of adding an entry to the hosts file, i.e. have a certain domain resolve to a ...
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Is it possible to configure OS X to use the domain-name supplied by DHCP option 15?

I run a small home network, and have configured my DHCP server to provide a domain name with all responses. My MacBook Air (running 10.7.3) places the provided domain in the DNS search path, but does ...
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Browsing to a nested subdomain resolves wrong page

Our corporate network has some web applications hosted in a nested subdomain hierarchy. A "subdomain's subdomain", as you will. For example: Root-> http://*.mydomain.com (resolves to: 192.2.2.200) ...
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Local DNS server access delays

Access to a local DNS server is always delayed by ~1 second. I enabled the DNS server on OS-X Lion and it does indeed work. However when I query it using 'dig' (or nslookup) there is a delay of ...
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DNS Problem with my Macbook Pro

I have a problem with my Macbook Pro. I suspend it and if I should open it up and the wifi is connected and all looks pretty well. But I have no connection with my DNS Server. Other devices works ...
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DNS not resolving on Mac OS

Some of my coworkers are having troubles on their Macs - DNS resolution does not work under Mac OS. They're running Snow Leopard 10.6.8. They can use DNS in a Windows 7 virtual machine (VMware Fusion ...
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OS X assumes hostname of other network computer: how to prevent this?

I just came across a strange quirck: I use my MacBook Pro in the office. Every computer is assigned their IP addresses by a DHCP server. It seems to be the case now, however, that my OS X changed my ...
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How can I quickly change DNS server

I often like to use a non-network specific DNS server (like Google's public DNS 8.8.8.8). However, many public wi-fi locations won't load their "terms of service, click here" page during the ...