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The correct form to add a net route is route add -net 10 $GW Obviously you have to replace $GW with the ip address of your gateway.


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I've seen different features when someone is using the airprint driver (which automatically gets assigned to the printer when WiFied) compared to the 'normal' driver via USB. It says if it's airprint or not in system prefs>print&scan "Kind" You can choose what driver you want when you add the printer in the "use:" drop down. Try a couple. If as you ...


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So, here's what worked for me: disabling Oracle Java, and reverting back to Apple Java's RE v6: Download Apple Java 2014-001 from here Run and install it Follow the notes here to disable Oracle's Java and re-enable Apple's Java I understand Apple's RE v6 might be less flexible but, for now, I've gotten Juniper VPN to work properly. It was still ...


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It should show up under Devices with Removable Storage. When you add the folder in Remote Desktop try clicking browse when adding the folder and confirm its the right path to the projects folder.


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Turned off "Automatic proxy discovery" on home network with double firewalls and no proxy. Now the internet is back.


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You need to disassociate the device before changing the MAC address. For en0, it will be: sudo /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Apple80211.framework/Resources/airport -z sudo ifconfig en0 ether d4:33:a3:ed:f2:12 networksetup -detectnewhardware


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It turned out that our Brother laser printer was responsible. Turning off wifi or properly configuring wifi helped to eliminate the "SETUP" wifi.


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My go to for all things Mac accessories is Other World Computing. I can't speak to compatibility, Handoff, or anything of the sort, but their site lists one USB 802.11ac adapter, ... and an AirPort Extreme / Time Capsule Mount. Neat. I don't see anything about a USB Bluetooth 4 adapter. There's only this Bluetooth 2+EDR IOGear adapter. You may want to ...


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Goto System Preferences/Sharing. That's where you can change your computer name.


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I think there is a bug between Yosemite and sleep servers. These servers reside in Apple TVs and Airports and act as a proxy for a sleeping machine on Wi-Fi. For now the only fix seems to be: System Preferences --> Energy Saver, and untick "Wake for network access" (or maybe it is "Wake for Wi-Fi access", or something, I can't remember). Shut down your ...


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The scan requests are the system (the airportd dameon) scanning for available WiFi networks. In reviewing the log, it seems to do it in earnest for a minute, then slow down for several minutes, then pick back up. I'm not sure why it is doing it so often, but as long as your battery life does not seem to be suffering and the system is not slowing during these ...


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iOS 8.1, I believe, releasing next Monday 20 Oct. Ref : http://appleinsider.com/articles/14/10/17/yosemite-updaters-will-need-to-wait-for-mondays-ios-81-launch-for-sms-relay-instant-hotspot


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First make sure to disable any Sharing, Airplay ect. and turn off your Bluetooth. Here is a test you could run in Terminal: Netstat -i and look who is connected to what, by looking at the en0 (your wifi)


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The network traffic is common. Watching your published video i noticed that you have Little Snitch running. Launch Little Snitch Configuration.app Enable the Network Monitor and Show network activity in menu bar Quit Little Snitch Configuration.app Enable/Show the Network Monitor by clicking in the new symbol in your menu bar Hit the leftmost button and ...


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No solution unfortunately, but I've found out you can at least check the resolver config using 'discoveryutil', like so: mdbraber-mba:~ mdbraber$ sudo discoveryutil configresolver Configuration Resolvers: Resolver domain [default], type Unicast, ifIndex 4, port 0, timeout 30, A yes, AAAA no, serviceID 0, scope None, order 0 server 192.168.143.1 ...


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This may unique to my case, but I had exactly this problem today. My Macbook Pro (OSX 10.9.4) started to not connect to anything except google and facebook. No other websites worked. This happened at home and it happened with both wireless and ethernet connections. I took the computer into my office thinking it might be my home ISP, but same problem at ...


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In OS X, the routing table is mostly managed by configd, based on the network settings in /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/* and the live status of the network interfaces (e.g. is there something plugged into the ethernet jack at the moment?). The network settings can be examined by looking in ...


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If you have Android or iOS devices running on the same network, you can install a FREE app called Fing and list all devices connected and their MAC addresses and IPs.


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ftp. osx hosts it, os9 goes in as client. ever faithful, ever sturdy.


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I've ran into this issue recently and solved it by unchecking: System Preferences > Energy Saver > Wake for network access See this thread on Apple forums - Wifi disconnects after sleep and takes long time to reconnect with Mavericks


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You can use for loops. Here's an example: for i in {0..255}; do for j in {0..255}; do for k in {0..255}; do sudo route add 10.$i.$j.$k 10.888.888.888 done; done; done



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