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Mar
4
comment Macbook Pro 2008 Gigabit Ethernet has become 100Mbps with Mavericks
I ran a speed test using iperf between my Macbook Pro 2014 and this one and it never went over 94Mbps. Into Network prefs>Ethernet>Advanced>Hardware it states that the available speed is 100baseTX while it should be 1000baseT by hardware specs.
Mar
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asked Macbook Pro 2008 Gigabit Ethernet has become 100Mbps with Mavericks
Oct
21
comment OS X Server (Mavericks) requires wired network connection for Caching?
Agree. The serveradmin command has worked perfectly on Server 3.2.2 on Mavericks, so this should be the solution.
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asked Users cannot change their password when connecting to OS X Server Mavericks
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Oct
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accepted Cannot access a specific remote IP address on Mac Os X 10.7.5
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answered Cannot access a specific remote IP address on Mac Os X 10.7.5
Oct
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comment Cannot access a specific remote IP address on Mac Os X 10.7.5
found it. it was LogMeIn causing the issue. I'll answer my own question...
Oct
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comment Cannot access a specific remote IP address on Mac Os X 10.7.5
needless to say, pinging and tracerouting other public ip addresses works perfectly.
Oct
2
comment Cannot access a specific remote IP address on Mac Os X 10.7.5
The host is public, as I said. I didn't configure any custom routes, not that I'm aware of (don't know if some apps could have made it without letting me know, and I don't know how to check). Of course I did reboot (...). Traceroute on another Mac on my same local network gives a correct output, i.e. 1 192.168.1.1 (192.168.1.1) 1.210 ms 0.734 ms 0.714 ms 2 10.163.176.1 (10.163.176.1) 7.484 ms 7.699 ms * 3 10.1.105.114 (10.1.105.114) 8.210 ms 6.581 ms 6.819 ms ...and so on...
Oct
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comment Cannot access a specific remote IP address on Mac Os X 10.7.5
yep. same result: 1 * *traceroute: sendto: No route to host traceroute: wrote 5.xx.xx.xx 52 chars, ret=-1 * traceroute: sendto: Host is down 2 traceroute: wrote 5.xx.xx.xx 52 chars, ret=-1 *traceroute: sendto: Host is down traceroute: wrote 5.xx.xx.xx 52 chars, ret=-1 *traceroute: sendto: Host is down traceroute: wrote 5.xx.xx.xx 52 chars, ret=-1
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