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If you set the IP-address where Charles is running as a proxy on your iPad you should be able to catch all traffic going to your iPad. For HTTPS you need to install the Charles Certificate on your iPad and let Charles decrypt your HTTPS traffic en encrypt it again before sending it to your iPad (man-in-the-middle). In the Charles application it's called ...


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Download a wifi analyser onto your phone (plenty of good free ones) and check the signal strength your getting on it when scanning for WAP's. This should help you rule out if its the signal strength, leaving either your netgear or iPhone as the culprit. See this article as well http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/ios-8-problems/2/


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I had the some problem and a working solution like this: Before Yosemite networksetup -connectpppoeservice 'MY-VPN-SERVICE-NAME' On Yosemite scutil --nc start 'MY-VPN-SERVICE-NAME' I found the hint on Robert's Blog http://roosbertl.blogspot.de/2014/10/auto-connect-osx-yosemite-ipsec-vpn-on.html Works für IPSec and PPTP


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Update: I had to disable the Guest account on SERVER2. The guest account didn't have access to any shares, but it seems that simply having it active was enough to cause a problem. Here's what I think happened: 1) Log into server1 as "GUEST". 2) Log into server2. OS X must cache network credentials, so tried "GUEST." 3) Server responded with a list of shares, ...


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It appears other users are also noticing the issue https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6605525 When using a static IP address and manual entries for subnet and router in the network settings, Yosemite VPN fails to stay connected. This is probably a bug or an error that Apple needs to fix. When having the client computer (the one you are ...


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I got this hint from https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2735366?start=0&tstart=0 Check out the last post from Paul Verity. I've just hit on this problem too, and also found that deleting the DNS entries in my TimeCapsules DNS configuration fixed the problem.


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A kernel panic in most *nix operating system is very difficult to debug. You can get hints from here how to submit a bug report http://support.apple.com/en-us/ts3742 but if you read the tech notes in the end of the article it points hints to either the OS kernel or driver causing the system to crash. The "quickest" workaround is to revert to the previous ...


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I have a similar problem with a bit of a work around.. I'm not sure if it works for others and I'm also trying to understand it myself because it is a bit annoying. My laptop will always see my wifi network but sometimes my wife's MacAir or my moms Samsung tablet will suddenly not be able to see the network. By freak luck I discovered that turning on and ...


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You can use a self-signed certificate for this. Apple's code signing procedures page explains how to make one. Look for the part that says "To use the Certificate Assistant to create a self-signed signing identity".


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This article Apple Watch Likely Uses BCM4334 Broadcom Wi-Fi Chip shows the Apple Watch supports both Bluetooth and Wi-fi but only uses them to connect to the iPhone.


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I know that it's old question but maybe someone is looking for better solution. I've just found it: ⌥ + click on wifi icon


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sudo nvram boot-args="kext-dev-mode=1" And then reboot fixed it for me.


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We have a similar ongoing problem at our company. As far as we can tell, it seems like for some reason the OS stops appending some host names with the default search domain. I wrote a simple script to fix it that changes the default search domain to google.com, pings the affected host (which fails), then changes the default search domain back to empty. It ...


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When your local area network has been configured with a domain name ending in .local, then all LAN hostname resolutions queried by a Mac (~10.3-10.10) will be passed to mDNS first - bypassing unicast DNS! Dig and nslookup are unicast DNS utilities, so they will both bypass the system hostname resolution order (files->mDNS->DNS) and query unicast DNS ...


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Why does it work in Terminal and why doesn't it work in Mac OS? The answer to your first part is in man dig or man host: The dig command does not use the host name and address resolution or the DNS query routing mechanisms used by other processes running on Mac OS X. The results of name or address queries printed by dig may differ from those found by ...


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If you have AirPort Base Station (Express, Extreme, or Time Capsule), open AirPort Utility and delete all Apple ID entries for Back to My Mac. Click Apply to restart the AirPort Re-add your Apple ID Restart again It should fix it. The problem lies to AirPort's old settings.


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If you are: Connecting to from a BeagleBoard via USB Ethernet from Mac Air running Mavericks & connected to web via Wifi I found this very helpful: http://makezine.com/2012/07/16/use-your-mac-laptop-as-a-wireless-proxy-for-raspberry-pi/ In short >> install/run a proxy server (with Squidman) & your life will be easier.


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1 - Here is a copied solution but deprecated: First of all, you have to be a local admin. Open a terminal and change to the StartupItems directory cd /Library/StartupItems Then create a new directory with root priviledges, e.g. AddRoutes and change into it sudo mkdir ./AddRoutes cd ./AddRoutes Now you have to create and edit the bash script sudo ...


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This is a bug in 10.10 (the initial release) and can be fixed by simply upgrading to 10.10.1 - build 14B25. Open the App Store and apply the 10.10.1 (or later) update and you should be set once you rename any computers that adopted the (2) names.


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Since 10.10.1, the simplest way to fix this is to add --AlwaysAppendSearchDomains to ProgramArguments in plist file /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.discoveryd.plist Then restart com.apple.discoveryd.plist with: sudo launchctl unload /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.discoveryd.plist sudo launchctl load ...


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You can always add a pfSense box (or other type of router / firewall) in between your LAN and your internet connection.


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Apple released the 10.10.1 update today, which is supposed to fix many wifi issues.


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valid until 10.7, natd is deprecated in 10.8 and above but should still work A solution found here: First use "ifconfig" to see how the wireless and ethernet interfaces are called. Probably the wireless interface is "en1" and the (shared) ethernet interface is "bridge0". IP-settings of the "other device": IP address: 192.168.1.x (x ≠ 0,1,2,other used ...


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Thx douggro. I've just finished solve my problem and you helped a lot. Os X Server was an easy solution. 20 minutes between download and success. On Yosemite client I already created a groupe yesterday, that I basically called "Sharing". With the file-sharing Options of OsX Server I had more options to set this groupe as I intended to do, and more ...


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This looks promising. I don't quite understand "every 60 seconds", does that mean that it tries at this interval until it succeeds of fails?. It only needs to be run once. So, do I need to create /tmp/com.username.setip.err and /tmp/com.username.setip.out before hand, or will that be generated by the software?


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It sounds like the problem is that virtualenv modifies the python binary when it copies it into the environment, invalidating the signature. Try to follow this and see if it resolves your issue: http://blog.movieos.org/post/63545845092/stop-my-os-x-firewall-complaining-about-a-virtualenv


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AFP is more so meant for a LAN configuration and not a WAN network. Instead you could try CIFS or another protocol and see if you see the same speed or an increase. I would also try to use AirDrop and see how that works.


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I see some issues with your plan... Dropbox is a 'share once, download many' solution. Providing your own 'file-server' is a 'share every single time' plan. If your new connection is going to be 200Mb/s both ways & you also have a no-limit plan, then that may be all fair & good, but most domestic connections are 10:1 - that is, for every 10Mb ...


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You can surely do this but please not that doing so will void your Apple warranty with the Airport Extreme. What you need to do is: Pull the HDD out of the Time Capsule (take it apart) Install the HDD in an enclosure or caddy Connect the enclosure to your Mac Use Disk Utility to create a 100GB partition Reinstall the HDD in your Airport Extreme and you ...


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When your wifi connectivity is active , run the Wireless Diagnostics and monitor the WIFI. Unzip the report and look at the file wifi-5gUAEy.log. 5gUAEy name is specific to that particular diagnostics report. In the wifi-xxxxxx.log , check for the text "Will not continue auto join". If the below issue exists in your report follow the steps to fix the ...


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I had the same issue,when I changed the computer name it would either revert back to the one Yosemite created at installation or it would generate a new one based on the "Mac Mini" naming convention. I was only able to change the name by changing the DNS lookup ipaddress for my dhcp server. As soon as I hit apply the name I set for the Mac mini was set and ...


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You could save your script whatever you want and call it from a .plist file saved on /Library/LaunchAgents/ to be launched at startup. Let me explain how to do it with an example. Create you script and save it on /Users/username/setip.sh. Create a new file called com.username.setip.plist in /Library/LaunchAgents/. This file must have the following format: ...


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I also installed Yosemite from a user profile. I switched to the admin profile and if fixed the issue.


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I'm pretty sure I understand what you are trying to accomplish, but saying "I want to forward a computer to port 22" does not make any sense. You are trying to forward incoming packets addressed for port 22 from your router to your Mac, is what you mean to say (I am assuming). In any event, port forwarding is done in your router's settings, not your Mac's. ...


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Get your Network Connect from https://vpn.gaikai.com/dana-cached/nc/NetworkConnect.dmg That, along with Faraaz's suggestion of rebooting after sudo nvram boot-args="kext-dev-mode=1" It fixed the problem for me


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It must be the problem with your IP Address. 169.254.*.* is an address reserved for local ip address. If your DHCP server uses that address then you could not connect to the internet. Please check this Internet connection does not work with an IP address space of 169.254.xxx.xxx from ISP, router, or manual configuration


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One way of doing it would be assigning the script a launchd service: Create the shell script as usual. Then you can make a launchd service to run it at startup. Those are located at /Library/LaunchDaemons. These are in the XML-like property list format. Create another and populate it with something like this: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> ...


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yes I used networksetup -setmanual and it did not work for setting interface configuration at start up. I still had to configure it manually via terminal with ifconfig. I will ask a separate question regarding running shell scripts at startup.


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I have figured out the I need to use SFTP to connect. That is in the remote login preferences of file sharing preferences.


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Usually your NIC priority is in effect to determine which interface to use preferentially. So either your built-in ethernet or your wireless card leads depending on your gateway settings to a target. Both may be in effect but not at the same time to one and the same target. However a second ethernet card added to an expansion slot (e.g. ExpressCard/34) may ...


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For the manual addressing, have you tried using the networksetup command? These settings can be set using the following command: networksetup -setmanual <networkservice> <ip> <subnet> <router>


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Your build in WiFi card can only work one way. So if it is receiving the WiFi than it can not broadcast (share) it at the same time. But if your Internet connection comes in via USB WiFi or cable then you can use the build in WiFi to share (it is sending).


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Unfortunately I think only Apple can fix this, hopefully with an update to Yosemite (which is reportedly already being tested, but a release date is unknown). Until then, all I can offer is a workaround. Find Your WiFi "port" First you need to find your Wi-Fi port. On a MacBook Air this is probably en0. On a Mac with built-in Ethernet and Wi-Fi, the ...


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The SIM slot on all Verizon 4G LTE devices is unlocked from the time of purchase.


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As often happens the solution was just to reboot all the things. In this case it eventually turned out that the DSL modem (which is also the router) was the culprit.


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Turn off 'open new tabs in background' in settings / safari. That sorts the problem


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Interesting, I do have the HP LaserJet Professional P1102w as well as a network printer (WiFi) shared between Mac and Windows computers. The Driver version is 2.0 I do not use any of the HP stuff like "hp-toolbox and hp-setup". lpq results in HP_LaserJet_Professional_P1102w is ready no entries The lpr fileName works just fine. In your case ...


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It sounds like the Time Capsule isn't functioning properly. It may be worth scheduling a free appt at the Apple Genius Bar. They can tell you if there is a recall or if by some chance the repair/replacement is covered under warranty. Perhaps it needs a firmware upgrade? You can check in the Airport Utility on a Mac or iOS device. More info here on Apple's ...


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apparently a bug with yosemite... I had the same problem on my son's account... no ping while dig or nslookup were working fine... I have updated my mac with 10.10.1 (beta version available for developer) and everything is now back to normal..http://www.macrumors.com/2014/11/10/yosemite-10-10-1-build-14b23/


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I don't believe that the problem is local to your computer. I started noticing this problem with the introduction of iOS 8. My AppleTv added a (n) after the name. When I upgraded my MacBook to Yosemite the same happened. If you login to http://iCloud.com and go to Settings you'll find your iOS8 and Yosemite devices listed. I haven't found a explanation ...



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