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  Reply # 1023209 11-Apr-2014 07:34
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alisam:
RunningMan: Sounds like there is connectivity of both are getting valid IP address in the right range. Have seen an issue a couple of times with it trying to use IPv6 when there isn't a valid route.

Try going in to the advanced settings and flicking IPv6 off


As of now, I am connected via USB Ethernet.
Configure IPv6 is set to 'Automatically' (which I have never touched).
The only 2 other options are: Manually Link-local only


In the terminal (coy / paste)

sudo networksetup -setv6off wi-fi
sudo networksetup -setv6off ethernet



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  Reply # 1023211 11-Apr-2014 07:38
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Check this goto System Preferences.... Network  click on TCP/IP and check IPV4 is configured to DHCP click on DNS and check the servers are correctly listed

Give this a try, goto System Preferences.... Network.....click on the Advanced button locate bottom right....Highlight each network listed and click the minus button to remove, do this for all listed. 
Exit prefs and save if prompted, reboot and try again to connect




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  Reply # 1023212 11-Apr-2014 07:39
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Re: 

 

Create a new user in the users and groups system preferences. See if you can connect from that account. If yes, then there may be a corrupt network file in the main account. I agree that it may be something to do with DNS server settings.

 

 

 


Done. But no joy.




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Mike
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  Reply # 1023217 11-Apr-2014 07:47
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KiwiNZ: Check this goto System Preferences.... Network  click on TCP/IP and check IPV4 is configured to DHCP click on DNS and check the servers are correctly listed

Give this a try, goto System Preferences.... Network.....click on the Advanced button locate bottom right....Highlight each network listed and click the minus button to remove, do this for all listed. 
Exit prefs and save if prompted, reboot and try again to connect


It's back on-line.

1) IPV4 was set to DHCP
2) In DNS, there was NO DNS Servers listed. I manually added 192.168.1.1 (My router) and it connected.

Thank you.

Why would it be missing.
Is there anything else I should do?




HP ProBook 470G1 (Windows 10 Pro)
Synology DS216play NAS
HDHomeRun Connect
Draytek Vigor 130 Modem (VDSL)
Ubiquiti Edgerouter Lite-3
Macbook Air (Mid 2013)
Intel NUC7I5BNH (Windows 10 Home)
Samsung H6400 55" LED TV x 2
Panasonic TH-P50G10Z 50" Plasma TV (Great picture, no smarts, just old), DMR-PWT530GZ Blu-ray Recorder (Rubbish!)
1 x Roku 3, 2 x Amazon FireTV
Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Gear S3 Frontier
Huawei P10 Lite


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  Reply # 1023218 11-Apr-2014 07:52
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alisam:
KiwiNZ: Check this goto System Preferences.... Network  click on TCP/IP and check IPV4 is configured to DHCP click on DNS and check the servers are correctly listed

Give this a try, goto System Preferences.... Network.....click on the Advanced button locate bottom right....Highlight each network listed and click the minus button to remove, do this for all listed. 
Exit prefs and save if prompted, reboot and try again to connect


It's back on-line.

1) IPV4 was set to DHCP
2) In DNS, there was NO DNS Servers listed. I manually added 192.168.1.1 (My router) and it connected.

Thank you.

Why would it be missing.
Is there anything else I should do?


You are welcome.




Mike
Retired IT Manager. 
The views stated in my posts are my personal views and not that of any other organisation.

 

 

 

Take My Advice, Pull Down Your Pants And Slide On The Ice!

 

 


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