Summary of AirDrop, network file sharing, target disk mode, and sneakernet, explaining how to use each and what they’re best at.
If you want to check out your Mac’s Wi-Fi connection, Wireless Diagnostics is ideal. It’ll show you signal dropouts and give its opinion.
Backing up using Time Machine over Gigabit Ethernet to another Mac providing shared backup storage in Monterey 12.1 delivered good performance of 35-43 MB/s.
AirPort Utility includes a free W-Fi scanner which works on any based station. Here’s how to enable and use it.
Once a new MacBook Pro was updated to 10.13.4, it started to hammer Continuity connections to the iMac (10.12.6), which has AirPort turned off. This blew Bluetooth apart. Log extracts and more info.
Apple has today released firmware updates for Time Capsules and AirPort Base Stations which address the vulnerabilities known […]
Everyone needs to get away from it all, but you may not realise just how badly you need a break until you are taking time out.
Want to perform a quick scan for base stations, change Airport preferences, or check your Airport interface? Here’s the tool to do it.
Radio-frequency interference from USB 3 peripherals can cause problems with Bluetooth and 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi.
VPN is important protection when you use public-access WiFi, and many now rely on it to protect them from government snooping. Do you trust it?