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2011 MacBook (10.6.8) connects to AirPort but intermittently won't connect to webpages

I have never experienced this problem before. I know that the problem is not the internet, because the internet works fine on all my other devices, both Windows and Mac. I brought my MacBook in to the ...
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Setting a specific dnsentry

I have a server running at port 4433 on my localhost machine. I'd like to refer to the service as http://mytest.com:4433 from the browser or any script that I write. How could I set the DNS on OSX to ...
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How would I prepend 127.0.0.1 as a nameserver all the time

I do web development and I would like to have dnsmasq running and handing my local dns requests. However I work in a lot of different networking scenarios and I need to DHCP updating my networking ...
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Internet page not loading, ping not working but host www.example.com return an IP

Sorry I'm being vague because I don't even know where the problem can be. Yesterday I was using the internet just fine. Today on the same wifi router and on another 3G connection, I couldn't access ...
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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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Macbook can't resolve any domain names

I have a 13" Macbook running Snow Leopard 10.6.6 which is unable to go to any URL on either my office or hotel networks. I have no proxy or firewall enabled on the computer - and have connected to ...
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Why do local network hostnames resolve only in certain cases?

I have a linksys router which runs "tomato" Linux and serves as the local DNS server. It runs dnsmasq. I recently upgraded from OS X 10.4 to 10.6. Since then, resolution of hostnames on my local ...
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How do I flush the DNS cache on a OS X 10.6 machine?

Trying to flush the local DNS cache. How is this done on Snow Leopard? Using System Preferences and using the terminal?