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For clarity I will name your Power Mac G4 running Panther: Pant and your iMac running Yosemite: Yose. Yosemite has problem to print in an IPv4 environment (see: How to make shared printing works on Yosemite within an IPv4 only network?. On the other hand Panther is able to run IPv6. Check IPv6 Hence the 1rst point to check to be able to print from Pant is ...


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Pick a random port from the outside world, forward UDP and TCP to port 548 of one device with an internal LAN IP. Pick another port for a second device, rinse and repeat. Forward 9898 to 548 of a Time Capsule, forward 9998 to 548 of a MacBook Pro, etc. For Charlies question, afp://my.no-ip.address:9898 will reach the TC, afp://my.no-ip.address:9998 will ...


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You should clear all the proxy settings unless you know you need to route some or all internet traffic through one single point of failure and slowdown.


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Ok, so it seem like that by going into "Disk Utility" and doing the sequence "Verify Disk Permissions"->"Repair Disk Permission" did the trick.


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I've been doing exactly what you describe for 8 years, it works just fine. I assume you set up Server with your internal IP address, and that it is a fixed IP on the local network? Server does NOT like having it's IP address changed. The external address can change 10 times a day. You say you already have a domain and a dynamic update service - I assume ...


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If you'd like to add wired network (Ethernet) ports to your MacBook Air you have the following options: A single or dual Thunderbolt network adapter. Apple makes one, the MD463ZM, but only with a single network port. There are third party adapters that provided more than one port - for example the Sonnet Twin 10G. There are also Thunderbolt docks that ...



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