I can't seem to get my MacBook Pro to share the WiFi connection over Ethernet. Here is my configuration as it appears in System Preferences:
As you can see, my local Ethernet IP address is a self-assigned IP and the connected device does not receive an IP address.
I see the following messages in my Console when I try to enable Internet Sharing:
2/18/16 4:40:11.421 PM InternetSharing: missing dhcp parameters: start address 10.168.2.0, end address or mask 2/18/16 4:40:11.422 PM configd: sharing service over en5 failed
Clearly I have a misconfiguration somewhere. How do I fix this?
netstat -rn -f inet? I'm trying to understand why Internet Sharing complains about missing DHCP parameters.