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What fixes it for me for wireless connection is this: Go to network preferences Open the connection data Open "Advanced..." properties Go to "TCP/IP" tab Set "Configure IPv4" to off (remember the previous setting) Click "OK" and then Apply Wait for the connection to be reset Go back to TCP/IP and re-enable IPv4 to the previous setting Click "OK" and then ...
Built-in Activity Monitor shows you network usage. Also you can see open network ports for each running process.
I would check what apps use the network or which are listening for connection with lsof -Pi command.
For such problem one more option is there where you can check your DNS settings. To fix that problem, open the Network pane of System Preferences and select your network connection in the list on the left. Click Advanced followed by DNS. In the DNS Servers field, you should see one or more IP addresses. If those addresses are enabled (black, as opposed to ...
Apple uses the wording "Default Host" for a DMZ. Open AirPort Utility Select the AirPort Click Edit Click the Network tab Network Options Click "Enable default host at" enter the local IP you wish to use and done. I hope you have the same version and same options visible as I do...
The solution was rather simple (afterwards) removed all the unnecessary stuff from here (as zac mentioned) Login: ~/Library/LaunchAgents/ ~/Library/LaunchDaemons/ System Preferences > Users & Groups > Login Items Startup: /Library/LaunchAgents/ /Library/LaunchDaemons/ /Library/StartupItems/ ...
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