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This is specifically for Ethernet > Ethernet Sharing connections, rather than WiFi (it might work for WiFi but I haven't tested) - I thought the answer would best belong here, for Google. Tested as working up to El Capitan 10.11.5 Apparently since Yosemite, adding just the SharingNetworkNumberStart key is no longer sufficient. Also, System Prefs caches the ...


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If you have them set up as a wireless extender and then connect them with a wired connection, you are creating a network loop. The drawing is a bit rudimentary, but it makes the point. Whether you are connected over a wire or a radio, you have a connection between one Airport and another. When you make the second (wired) connection, you create a ...


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You're probably way over this, by now, but I just set up log capture from my 5th gen Airport Extreme to my Mac Mini (running Mavericks), so I'll chime in for posterity. Syslog Destination Address does expect an IP address. The computer at the end of that ip address has to be configured to be a log server (and OSX can be configured for this... see below). I'...


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In El Capitan, I was unable to get 5.6 running. It showed an "application damaged" icon, and trying to open it resulted in a message "You can’t use this version of the application “AirPort Utility 5.6” with this version of OS X." However, I did get this to work. I have an OS X Leopard Server install running in Parallels v11, and was able to get 5.6 running ...



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