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To answer your question. I have the same configuration as you. OS: Mavericks iOS: 7.1.1. Hardware: iPhone 5s and MBP Late 2013 They are both in same wifi network. This is what I did: I selected "Create Network" from the wireless icon in the menu bar. I did not specify a password. I was able to use the iPhone Remote app without failure. Since then, ...


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Are you sure someone isn't playing a joke on you? Just rename the service. Click the ⚙ icon... Then rename the server. You can call "Thunderbolt Ethernet" something like "Wi-Fi", "Yo Mama" or anything you wish. You'll also want to change the name of the inactive "Wi-Fi" entry to "Thunderbolt Ethernet". Your software seems to have switched the interface ...


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OS X 10.9.4 fixes a long-standing bug in Mavericks related to wi-fi connections coming out of sleep. http://support.apple.com/kb/HT6281?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US


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The answer is : ssh -b bind_address_of_wifi_ip ......


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Two different AirPlay devices exist: AirPlay transmitters (such as iPhone/iPad/iPod/iTunes) AirPlay receivers (Apple TV, AirPort Express and audio system with built-in AirPlay) Apple TV will connect to your WiFi modem to get Internet access. It will also connect to your computer (without modem) for Airplay/mirroring. It could also connect true the ...


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Yes, with the following command: /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Apple80211.framework/Versions/Current/Resources/airport -I


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It's something built in the system . Sometimes it's able to detect a captive portal and it displays it in a separate window. As @George Garside pointed out, it's a separate program located at /System/Library/CoreServices/Captive Network Assistant.app. Also, if you have a iDevice you'll see a similar feature.


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This probably happens because some of the wireless settings have gone wrong. It's hard to tell exactly what went wrong without more information, but you can reset your network settings by the following: Go to Settings > General > Reset Network Settings. Then try connecting to your wifi again. (or you could try turning the iPad off and on again :)


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You can use Sidekick which lets you perform 'actions' when changing location. The location is reported using the specific Wi-Fi, which means you can do things when the Wi-Fi changes. Sidekick is an application that automatically updates your laptop settings based on where you are. Just install the app, configure the places that you frequent, (home, work, ...


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It might be your WiFi hardware, but you can test it using following steps to manualy onnect: Manually connect to WiFi Turn On networksetup -setairportpower en0 on Find /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Apple80211.framework/Versions/A/Resources/airport scan Connect networksetup -setairportnetwork en0 WIFI_SSID_I_WANT_TO_JOIN WIFI_PASSWORD If above ...


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You could try something like FireChat. I have not tried it personally, but it is touted as "a new way to chat: 'off-the-grid'." It uses iOS 7's mesh networking capabilities to achieve this. Now you can chat with people around you – even if there is no Internet connection or mobile phone coverage. Whether you’re on the beach or in the subway, at a ...



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