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There is similar question (with answers :)), hopefully this will help: http://softwarerecs.stackexchange.com/questions/3859/limit-bandwidth-on-a-per-app-basis-on-os-x


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You can use ping -A IP, it will automatically give you a beep when their is any timeout, the reverse of it is ping -a IP which keeps beeping until the any timeout.


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I had the same problem. I kept entering the WPA2 password CORRECTLY, and it was rejected each time. I went into Settings as above to change, and noticed that everything was grayed out. I then remembered that the account I'm usually logged into is not an administrator's account (for security reasons). So I had to go back to the main Network pref pane, click ...


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Please understand following. You can not receive and transmit from same device (unless is it equipped that way). You Mac is not capable to do that, it is either or. If you for example receive Internet via cable to your Mac then you can share (transmit) it using your Mac WiFi. So the input and output can not be the same. Since you are receiving WiFi, ...


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You can not bridge from WiFi to WiFi. You'll have to connect to the internet via a different port if you want to share the connection. I'm assuming the reason you don't connect to the network directly with your iPhone is some kind of client limit. You could use a Wireless Router to connect to the WiFi and repeat and reroute it. If you use an Apple Airport ...


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Some users have reported similar problems with 10.10.2 Looking true you attempts, I would suggest following additional steps. Reset WiFi settings: Turn Off Wi-Fi from the Wireless menu item From the OS X Finder, hit Command+Shift+G and Copy/Paste the following path: /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/ Select following files: ...


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It's solved already the problem is my internet connection not stable at that moment. when I have stable connection it worked flawlessy



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