With only one Apple device for every 7 people in the world, Apple must still be marginal. And to have taken 8.5 years from shipping the iPhone is so slow. Doom or what?
More than 6 million routers will need to be replaced in 2016 to prepare for switching to IPv6. Are you affected?
Sometimes connecting to hotel WiFi results in failure, because the Mac has a self-assigned IP address. Why?
What is the network address of your Mac? Is that its MAC, IPv4, or IPv6 address, how is each assigned, and how do they relate to one another?
These days, it is so easy to just plug in your router, Macs, and Time Capsule, and let them set themselves up. But in doing so, you could be making serious mistakes. Here’s how to get networking right from the start.
Can you tell a router from a switch, do you know the MAC of your Mac, and what is the difference between IEEE 802.11b and g?