Domain Name Service, a method of converting a textual doman name to an IP address

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Make `$ hostname -f` return fully qualified hostname

How can i make $ hostname (in the terminal) return a hostname including the domain information? At the moment, $ hostname, $ hostname -f and $ hostname -s return the same name, all without the domain ...
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iOS Network Link Conditioner - difference between “in delay” and “dns delay”?

In the Network Link Conditioner profiles, What is the difference between in delay, out delay, and dns delay? I want to test how my app behaves when it makes a request, and the requested server takes ...
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Unable to ping hostname.local

As seen below the given hostname is not pingable presently. 19:42:43/lib $hostname mellyrn.local 19:42:55/lib $ping mellyrn.local ping: cannot resolve mellyrn.local: Unknown host Note that the ...
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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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Mac OS X equivalent to Windows “Register this connection's addresses in DNS”

On Windows, in the Advanced TCP/IP Properties of the TCP/IPv4 properties of the NIC there is a tickbox called "Register this connection's addresses in DNS". Does Mac OS X have an equivalent setting? ...
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How do I access my private browsing history?

I'm trying to recover some pages that I had open when my macbook (OSX 10.8.5) crashed. Unfortunately I was using Opera (V30) in private browsing mode. I've tried looking at my DNS cache - but not ...
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Airport Extreme Name Resolution

I have a little issue with my airport extreme. I'm using the device in my corporate network which has two DNS server for resolving intern and external names. When I do an nslookup "public adresse" ...
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OS X 10.10.1 /etc/hosts & /private/etc/hosts file is being ignored and not resolving

Like the title says, running os x 10.10.1. if i have an entry in my hosts file and do a dig or nslookup it still shows a different IP than what is in my hosts file even after trying to flush various ...
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Yosemite DNS “cannot resolve host”

I am not able to get my MacBook Air to resolve any hosts. I've tried reinstalling Yosemite from recovery, unloading and reloading the mDNSResponder to no avail. An nslookup of www.google.com using ...
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MacBook Pro 10.9.1 loading web pages very slow over 116Mbps Airport Extreme 802.11ac

This is driving me crazy. I have a MacBook Pro running OS X 10.9.1 connecting to the internet via an Airport Extreme 802.11ac. Speedtest shows I am pulling 116Mbps. A week ago or so I installed ...
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Odd (potentially DNS) network problems on my Macbook Pro (VPN / Network Connect related)

I was reluctant to ask a new question as there appears to be a million dns related questions on here and elsewhere already, but, I think mine might be a bit different. An example, right now I am ...
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Need help with OS X server. I can't get it to resolve correctly

Ok. So I have a static IP set on my router (using fiber so no modem). I have no idea what is going on. but I can't get it to resolve outside the network. Background: Static IP :xxx.xxx.xxx.9 ...
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Can't use machine name to login using SSH anymore on Yosemite, how to fix?

from yesterday I have noticed that I can't connect via SSH to my OS X's SSH server anymore using the following command: User-MBP:~ user$ ssh user@user-mbp user is the user on the server, user-mbp is ...
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Is intermittent high ping an issue in my Macbook or my router?

Every 20-30 minutes, my internet seems to be unresponsive for about 10 seconds. I can easily see this if I'm running the ping command while it happens: Now, I have two routers on my network, both ...
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Why is MDNSresponder Failing to Perform DNS Queries for Custom TLDs?

I'm on Yosemite 10.10 and continue to have some DNS problems post-reversion to mdnsresponder from discoveryutil. Use of tcpdump to monitor DNS requests indicates that a number of GUI applications ...
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OS X Yosemite script to change Ethernet DNS, WINS & Search Domains

We are changing all our machines' DNS, WINS and Search Domains for the Ethernet side. We already have a script written for Windows, when we upload it via server or USB, we double click it, and it runs ...
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Yosemite /etc/resolver/env.domain.com not working

We have a site to site VPN connection setup in the office to two development networks dev stage I want to be able to let people in the office not be on VPN for dns resolution to work. Each ...
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discoveryutil: command not found

After connecting VPN I often have to flush DNS to get my private hosts to be found. I would do this sudo discoveryutil mdnsflushcache; sudo discoveryutil udnsflushcaches Now, after upgrading to ...
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How can I access an app hosted on an OSX machine via a local network, that requires Google login?

I want to be able to access an app via a local network using my mobile device, for development and testing purposes. The app is hosted on my laptop running OSX Yosemite (10.10.3) I can access public ...
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Can Airport Extreme be configured to work with a free dynamic DNS service?

I have an Airport Extreme and wish to set up dynamic DNS so that I can remotely access my home WiFi security cameras when I'm traveling. I'm seeing certain things that say the built-in dynamic DNS ...
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How can I cache DNS entries for longer than the DNS server specifies (mac mavericks)

My broadband provider is terrible. It forces the use of its own DNS servers, which I have never seen take less than 2 seconds to respond, and often longer. What I would like to do is cache their ...
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OS X Server behind an ADSL router

I have a Mac Mini with OS X Server installed on my LAN that I use as a Git server and Continuous Integration server. I would like to be able to use these services from outside my LAN but I'm not sure ...
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Mac OS X Mavericks DNS name lookup order change?

I noticed Mavericks prefers the DNS server to /etc/hosts (scutil --dns). There used to be a good 'ol "order hosts,bind". Is there anything equivalent for Mavericks so my hosts file is consulted before ...
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DNS resolves incorrectly, even after purge

After changing a CNAME record on my DNS server, I am seeing issues with the DNS on my Macbook Air running OS X 10.10. Other computers on the same network resolves to the correct, new IP. $ host ...
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Why will my Mac only load Google and Facebook?

I'm running into this really strange problem on my 2013 iMac at home (running Mavericks): the internet will work for a while, then at some point it will stop being able to load any websites except for ...
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Lion Server DHCP randomly loses settings and reverts to defaults

I’ve been trying to set up Lion Server on a Mac Pro with it acting as the router/gateway/firewall/DNS/NAT and DHCP. I’ve been trying to setup an internal-only network named mycompany.something. After ...
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OS X 10.10.3 connects to wireless router but unable to resolve domain names

I can connect my daughter's MacBook to the wireless router but not browse the internet with two different browsers (Firefox and Safari). This is a recent development as she has successfully browsed ...
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How do I enable DNSSec on OSX? (Or DNSCurve)

I want to support encrypted IPSec communications, and DANE certs in DNS. Notably, DNSSSec is a prerequisite is IPSec (secure IP addresses from DNS) How can I configure my OS X computer to use DNSSec ...
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Can't access specific websites with Macbook Air (10.7.5 Lion)

This has really baffled me: While my internet connection works, I can't access specific websites with Safari (or any other browser for that matter). I don't get a 404 page; Just an error message that ...
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OSX Flush DNS without sudo

I have a Mac that keeps messing up its DNS (this may be a wider network issue, we have windows clients that are having problems too). Whilst I try to understand the DNS issue I'd like to set an 'icon' ...
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Seeing discoveryd error: Basic DNSResolver Return Code is 9 and we are treating it as an error!

Seeing this repeated pretty frequently in the Console logs for on my Macbook Pro running 10.10: 10/24/14 9:59:04.175 AM discoveryd[57]: Basic DNSResolver Return Code is 9 and we are treating it as ...
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Discoveryd Alternative to Replace mDNSResponder Argument?

This is a direct follow-on to this question. Before Yosemite, I'd add the "-AlwaysAppendSearchDomains" argument to the mDNSResponder plist file so that all local resolver lookups added the search ...
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What happens if I remove the localhost address from /etc/hosts

I have looked at the hosts file before but never thought of this. The hosts file overrides the DNS addresses so it can be used to forward sites or to block them. When looking at the file, the default ...
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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 use different port for dns on Yosemite?

According to https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/documentation/Darwin/Reference/ManPages/man5/resolver.5.html you should be able to set a different port for dns, ie: example, 10.0.0.17.55 ...
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How do I change the hostname resolution sequence in OSX?

I am a new Mac user with lots of Linux/UNIX experience. My MACBook gets its IP using DHCP. The OSX version involved in my question is 10.10.3. I am having a bit of a problem figuring out how to do ...
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OS 10.10 not connecting through proxy specified by its Internet name

My office proxy has always been specified with its IP address and everything worked fine. However, recently, the proxy was changed to use its Internet name, in the form xxxx-y.zzzz.com Since then, I ...
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Using dnsmasq when not connected to the Internet

I'm routing dns requests through dnsmasq so that domains I'm using for local development point to 127.0.0.1. This works great when I'm connected to the Internet via Wi-Fi or ethernet, but I start to ...
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yosemite DNS resolution woes over IPSec tunnels / VPN

I am connecting to a Cisco IPSec tunnel from MacOS to a hosted pfsense box that is running a number of other IPSec site-to-sites happily, and the DNS resolution is not working. I also am in full ...
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OSX Yosemite DNS cache Issues

I'm having a really frustrating DNS cache issue on my Macbook running Yosemite. I'm a web developer so i'm always working with new sites and setting up new servers / domains etc.. so every now and ...
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Yosemite: ssh slow to connect when using DNS alias

Since updating to Yosemite, ssh from my Mac to a DNS alias takes about 7-8 seconds. I've observed the following on multiple Macs running Yosemite. Assume I have a host name alpha, and a DNS alias to ...
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Ping respects hosts overrides - but browsers don't, in spite of DNS cache flushes

I have a baffling problem. Browsers on my system (10.10.3 Yosemite) don't respect overrides included in my hosts file. This includes Chrome, Safari, and Firefox. I have tried rebooting, clearing ...
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Yosemite, how to reset/reinstall network?

For some reasons every time I connect to an insecure WiFi, Yosemite cannot route to the DNS servers of that WiFi. The DNS servers are correctly set, just cannot reach them. And after installing ...
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How can I change DNS providers without needing to type in my password?

On Mac OS X Yosemite, you need to enter in your password to change DNS entries. Otherwise the entries are all greyed out. I change DNS frequently (Gogo Inflight among others doesn't work with ...
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Connecting to a Folder on a Different Partition Using AFP or SMB

I'm in the process of setting up a DeployStudio system. Part of the requirement is that the server be able to connect to a Repository of files. On my server, that Repository is located on the ...
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DNS occasionally stops working

OS X 10.9.5 Every couple of weeks, manual dns lookups (e.g. via nslookup or host) still work, but system lookups do not (so e.g. ping fails to lookup the host). The first few times it happens ...
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Loopback in Yosemite not working

I'm on Yosemite (10.10.2). Since upgrading I got some DNS issues, it seems my loopback isn't working any more. When I'm talking to my app locally via http://localhost:port, localhost in some cases ...
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Problems connecting to mail server in Mail.app after server change

I have moved to a new server (web server and mail server in it) for my website. In order to not create confusion, I created the same mailboxes in the new server with the same passwords, in order not ...
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How can I make the up arrow work in Terminal's nslookup command?

When I open terminal, I'd like the up arrow go to the last command I typed within nslookup. Instead, I get a strange escape sequence. What must be done to allow me to up arrow in nslookup?
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/etc/resolver: TLD itself not resolved by custom resolver

I'm using the /etc/resolver technique for a dev domain as explained in some blog posts around the web (like this one). I used this technique previously on 10.9, but on my new Yosemite there seems to ...