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The iPhone will prefer Wi-Fi over Cellular data, so if you are connected to Wi-Fi your iPhone will use that connection instead of Cellular. To completely disable Cellular data, go to Settings → Cellular and disable Cellular Data. This will prevent your device from using Cellular data at all.


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You want to make sure that your Mac's ethernet device is before the wifi device in the system's network service order. In System Preferences, Go to Network; under the device listing, click the 'gear' icon and select 'Set Service Order.' Drag 'Ethernet' to the top. Per my understanding, all traffic will attempt to be routed through the top-most device, and ...


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Before you leave for your trip you'll need to install an offline mapping app like "CityMaps2Go". You need offline maps because you will not actually be connecting to the internet while you are doing your sightseeing. When you arrive in a new city you'll have to find a hotpot (hotel, Mcdonalds, Starbucks etc) and connect to the internet. This is the one and ...


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What you are trying to do is indeed possible, but it requieres a lot of work to get it working. I thought about that for a while and it is a great Idea to use a mac as Wifi-Router, especially in Virtual-Test-Environments. But Mac OS X does not work like that. The reason for that is, that Mac OS X only starts the service, if you really have Internet ...


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Interestingly it does show Connected but the WiFi settings are wrong and the Network settings are wrong? Anyway, lets bypass the GUI and use Terminal for some direct commands. In Terminal type (to turn it on) networksetup -setairportpower en0 on Next type (to scan) /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Apple80211.framework/Versions/A/Resources/airport scan ...


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before we go on fixing lets find out it is working at all. In Terminal type (to turn it on) networksetup -setairportpower en0 on Next type (to scan) /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Apple80211.framework/Versions/A/Resources/airport scan Finally type (to connect) networksetup -setairportnetwork en0 WIFI_SSID_I_WANT_TO_JOIN WIFI_PASSWORD Also: ...


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I noticed an Issue in our Company on some of the 2011 27-Inch iMacs were sometimes the Ethernet-Adapter failed. If your Ethernet Adapter is not connected to the Internet, your Mac won't share the connection via Wireless, because there is no ethernet/internet to share. You may try it : Plug in the ethernet cable, share the ethernet via wireless. If it ...


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The following are all suggestions I've tried from different sources: moving preferred network to top clearing all WiFi passwords (including those from the keychain) and reconnecting only to the preferred network disabling bluetooth forcefully removing network configuration files adding a fixed DNS server What actually helped was to reset the SMC and ...



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