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Nov
21
comment How to associate a route with an interface?
Thanks; I solved it with staticroute - great find!
Nov
21
accepted How to associate a route with an interface?
Nov
19
comment How to associate a route with an interface?
A further problem is that the script will need to be triggered whenever the interface comes up, not just when the machine reboots.
Nov
19
comment How to associate a route with an interface?
Thank you. I had seen this solution before. However, StartipItems has been deprecated for a while in favour of launchd. Is there a current recommendation?
Nov
19
comment How to associate a route with an interface?
@klanomath: That is exactly why I need a static route to ensure the private network traffic is routed over the private network interface.
Nov
19
comment How to associate a route with an interface?
@klanomath: For the sake of argument, assume "entire private network" is 10/8 and the "specific subnet" is 10.11.12/24.
Nov
19
asked How to associate a route with an interface?
Oct
30
awarded  Investor
Oct
30
comment Seeing discoveryd error: Basic DNSResolver Return Code is 9 and we are treating it as an error!
+1 I'm seeing this logged once per second on both my 10.10 machines (MacBook Air and my Mac Mini). Would love to know what's causing it!
Oct
24
asked Why does tcpdump not recognise piped input?
Sep
13
asked Automatically saving message attachments to a mailbox
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jan
23
awarded  Critic
Jan
23
comment From where do the encodings supported by Terminal come?
One imagines that, if UTF-16 would work, I wouldn't have asked the question... but in any event, I might as well have asked about a custom encoding. My question was "From where does this list come?" and "How can one add further encodings?", neither of which are addressed by your answer. -1
Jan
23
comment From where do the encodings supported by Terminal come?
I need UCS-2, rather than UTF-16.
Jan
22
comment From where do the encodings supported by Terminal come?
I think you're referring to the "Character encoding" drop-down under "International" on the "Settings > Advanced" tab (at least on Mountain Lion 10.8.5)? The "Customize Encodings List..." option at the bottom of that control takes me to the "Encodings" tab to which my question refers (the list to which I would like to add further encodings).
Jan
22
asked From where do the encodings supported by Terminal come?
Jun
8
awarded  Revival
Mar
15
accepted Cannot wake Mountain Lion from safe sleep
Mar
15
answered Cannot wake Mountain Lion from safe sleep