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LAN networking not working between Ubuntu Saucy and OSX Mavericks with iPhone Hotspot

At home, I have two machines (Ubuntu Saucy & OSX Mavericks) connected to my iPhone hotspot. My iPhone is my gateway and I can access the internet from both machines. Both machines are also able ...
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How to send mail on iMac LAN without Internet connection?

I want to send mails on several iMac connected to a LAN, however I do no have an Internet connection. I searched several forums but found solutions only for Windows. Is it possible to send mail on ...
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Mac OS X: pushing all traffic through a VMWare VM

I want to set up an Astaro (Sophos) UTM in a Virtual Machine. The Setup should be at the end the following: Cable Modem (one IP adress) | [Ethernet] Sophos UTM (running as VM [VMWare Fusion 5] on ...
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How can I find the IP of a Windows host from OS X?

Is there an easy way from the OS X (Lion) command line or Finder to determine the IP address of a Windows machine on the same subnet (in a home network)? Assume the machine itself is not easily ...
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Why do I get a connection failed message on login? (OS X)

Any idea why I get one (or more, as shown here) instances of this message after login, or sometimes when launching an application? (Soyuz is the name of another computer on my home network. This ...
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iMac cannot resolve DNS (or find route to host?) for some sites but Windows can?

In my home network I have a couple of Windows based PCs that have no known issues with DNS but with my OSX iMac I have problems resolving a couple of random domains. Some domains that I have problems ...
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Dropped recognition of machine on local OSX network - but only one way

I have three networked Macs of varying ages, running slightly different versions of OSX. Only one, in the office, is linked to a printer, but I print documents from the Macbook Pro using wireless ...
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Windows XP can use a wired network port, but MacBook (OS X) fails on the same port

I wired the Cat5 in my house seven years ago. The wired ports have worked fine with both my Windows XP laptop and MacBook. My wireless network also works fine, but I like to use wired occasionally. ...
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OSX network sharing via multiple interfaces

I have Mac mini with 3 interfaces; ppp0, ppp1 and en1 (Airport). I would like to direct all traffic from en1 to ppp1 while mini's own traffic would go to ppp0. How could I do this? I've tried to play ...
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Connect to internet via another computer

I have two macbooks in my home one is connected to internet via an Ethernet cable and I want the second one to connect to internet through the first using wireless...is that even possible?Any help ...
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Home network topology for Shared Wifi enivironment

I need to reevaluate my Home Network topology due to new devices being added, I was wondering if anyone had any insight or input that could assist me. General Environment Multi-unit home (15+ ...
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Can't VNC into my OS X machine from my Windows machine

I'm trying to access my OS X (Snow Leopard) machine from my Windows 7 machine. Both machines are within my local network I don't need outside access. I'm using Vine Server (OSXvnc) for OS X and ...
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Accessing Windows from Linux/Mac by name using TCP/IP

What are some solutions to access Windows by its computer name from Linux and Mac using TCP/IP. That is, from terminal I want to be able to ping my Windows PCs using its host name. My setup is: ...
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Setting up router: I can get online via Ethernet, and I can connect to router wirelessly, but can't get online wirelessly

I'm setting up a new D-Link N300 router, and trying to connect a MacBook Pro and a MacBook, both running OS X 10.6. As the question says, either computer can connect to the internet when connected to ...
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Can't connect Apple TV to iTunes after installing a new router

I replaced an old router with a Linksys WRT610N. Everything works great, except I can no longer connect iTunes 9 on my Mac (running 10.6) to the Apple TV since installing the new router (the old ...