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I have a Macbook Pro running Yosemite (10.10.1) and an Asus wifi dongle.

I would like to connect to two wifi networks. One is a normal home/office/hotel/conference network with a connection to the outside internet, the other is a local internet with two other machines on it (a windows tablet and a PLC controller).

How do I do this?

(I can't even tell if the wifi dongle is being recognized, but it's supposed to support Mac. When I use it with the windows tablet, I get a "Wifi" and a "Wifi 2" option, and I just set each to different networks)

  • did you try using the syst pref- Networks? does it show there? – Ruskes Jan 4 '15 at 20:33
  • WiFi / Bluetooth PAN / Thunderbolt Bridge without the dongle... I plug in the dongle, nothing new shows up. – Narfanator Jan 4 '15 at 20:51
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If you have the USB-AC51 I am afraid it does not work with Yosemite.

In the specs it only shows support up to 10.8 and not for 10.10

source: http://www.asus.com/us/Networking/USBAC51/specifications/

It turns out that someone is claiming that the "Bearextender driver software" works for that, but I can not confirm since I do not have your hardware to test.

http://store.bearextender.com/pages/regarding-yosemite-compatiblity

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