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...when I check on my iPhone what DNS it hands out, it shows 192.168.2.1. What you are seeing is completely normal. To verify this, I setup Internet Sharing over WiFi with my Ethernet adapter as my primary connection and got the exact same results you did (the IP addresses varied some, but it's irrelevant). I even tried it on a Windows Phone - ...


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If you have iCloud Keychain enabled, the prioritized list of networks from your Mac will sync to your phone, including the order. If you don't want to enable it, though, I do not know of any way to arrange networks on the phone by priority, except by forgetting them all and adding them in order of desire (the ones added earlier in the process will be ...


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My father has the same issue he lives in a area where he can't get internet. We have a hack option takes two iPhones or a iPad with Cellular what you do is the phone you want to upload photos off you tether to the iPad or iPhone it will think its on a wifi network and start uploading photos. so take a old iPhone put your sim in it and tether it to the phone ...


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With Hands Off or/and Little Snitch, you can disable/enable the network for a specified application. https://www.oneperiodic.com/products/handsoff/ https://www.obdev.at/products/littlesnitch/index.html


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You could create a custom rule set to achieve this using Little Snitch: https://www.obdev.at/products/littlesnitch/index.html


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That mechanism is in place to protect customers unaware of the data limits and to conserve the network's bandwidth, this means that everyone gets an equal share of the network. Although what I normally do is USB tether to my Mac then Wi-Fi share the USB connection then connect to that with my iPhone


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Here's a fish shell script I wrote: function netinfo -d "get network information" # Get public ip address set public (curl -s http://ipecho.net/plain) # Let's account for possible lag in reply from ipecho.net sleep .3 if test -z "$public" # No Internet connection set public "No Internet connection available" end echo " " echo " Public IP: ...


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Click the + sign at the bottom from the list and choose Wi-Fi in the drop down menu that appears.


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Use Little Snitch 3 for that. You can use Automatic Profile Switching for your filter rules depending on the network you are in. For your specific WiFi just block everything except your browser for that. https://www.obdev.at/products/littlesnitch/index.html


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Try setting a new network location. Network Preferences/edit top drop down/new location/apply If that doesn't work you may need to reinstall OS to resolve software issue.


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If you don't use iCloud keychain like Hawken Mentioned, here's the Apple KB Article on iOS WiFi priority You can also control it with an iOS config profile via the Apple Configurator - see some of the answers on this previous question



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