Nov 19

Step 1: Click the Airport Wireless Icon on the Top Left corner of the screen (by the clock)


Step 2: Select the wireless network you want to connect to


Step 3: If the Wireless Network is password protected, you will be prompted to enter a password. Enter the appropriate password and click Join.


You are now connected.


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Oct 31

How do I configure my Mac OS X computer to connect to a L2TP over IPsec Tunnel on my DFL Series Firewall?

Step 1: Please open the Internet Connect Utility, it can be found at Applications->Internet Connect.


Step 2: Please choose VPN (L2TP) then choose Configuration->Edit Configurations..


Step 3: Fill in Authentication details, Click OK when finished.


Click Connect, you should now be connected to your VPN.

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Oct 30

Issue:Java not load when trying to view D-Link camera through the mydlink portal in Mac OS 10.7



Please make sure that you have Java Applet enable on your MAC. To check please follow the steps below:

Step 1: Click on Go and then Utilities


Step 2: Click on Java Preferences.


Step 3: Select Enable Applet Plug-in and Web Start Application


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Feb 02

1.How to turn on printer sharing in Mac OS X 10.3?

Turning Printer Sharing on will allow users on your network to access printers attached to a computer.

All printers listed in your Printer List are shared, whether they are connected directly to your computer or you access them over a network.

Step 1: Open System Preferences and then click Sharing.

Step 2: In the Services pane, select Printer Sharing and then click Start.

2. How do I use the ping utility in Macintosh OS X?

The ping utility is a great tool for troubleshooting the network. This tool is now built into Macintosh OS X.

Step 1: Click on Go > Applications > Utilities.

Step 2: Click on Network Utility and then click the Ping tab.

Step 3: Enter in the IP address you wish to ping in the first field provided. You can either select an unlimited number of pings or send a specific number of pings, then click the ping button.

Step 4: If you receive bytes from… then the destination IP address was successfully hit. If you receive request time out then the destination IP address was not successfully pinged. If you receive destination host unreachable then you are not in the same subnet as the destination address and you will need to change your IP address to communicate with the destination address.


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