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Re: Home network issues [Re: Acumowchek] #609730 01/05/14 02:36 AM
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Re: Home network issues [Re: MacBozo] #609733 01/05/14 03:12 AM
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I can't help, but I can tell you that with 10.9 I have similar problems from time to time. I don't restart, though, just give up and try later--and then the connection takes place. Usually. When I was running 10.8 and my wife was running 10.6, I sometimes had problems connecting to her computer.

Again, no help, but misery likes company, I hear.


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Re: Home network issues [Re: yoyo52] #609734 01/05/14 03:17 AM
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This just began for me in the last couple of weeks. There were no problems before. The only change has been the addition of the Magic Trackpad on my computer. I've tried connecting with BT off and get the same delays.


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Re: Home network issues [Re: MacBozo] #609742 01/05/14 03:50 AM
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Try running this in terminal.

sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder

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Also if the router has an entry to use it as a DNS relay turn it off if on.

Re: Home network issues [Re: Reboot] #609745 01/05/14 04:11 AM
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The Terminal command has had no effect. I don't see the DNS relay setting for the router.

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Re: Home network issues [Re: MacBozo] #609748 01/05/14 05:37 AM
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Open Console, All Messages, hit Clear Display, try to connect. What shows up in Console when you can't connect?

Re: Home network issues [Re: MacBozo] #609752 01/05/14 07:36 AM
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Don't you have a D-link? They all have the DNS Relay option. Look under Setup/Network Settings.

Another thing to try is setting a Manual IP on her machine, or set up a DHCP reservation for her IP in the router.

It shouldn't be doing it, but these are bandaids that may work.

Re: Home network issues [Re: MacBozo] #609753 01/05/14 07:40 AM
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Does it happen with another user on your machine?

Does it happen with another user on her machine?

Re: Home network issues [Re: MacBozo] #609766 01/05/14 02:35 PM
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Connected right away this AM after wake. smirk


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Re: Home network issues [Re: MacBozo] #609792 01/05/14 05:48 PM
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The issue seems to be gone so far today. I did change up some DNS servers in the Network Pref Pane. Eliminating 4.2.2.1 seems to have sped things up for me. It was still enabled on the first connection this morning, so maybe there were issues with that server that finally were resolved since yesterday. 4.2.2.1 seemed to be the hang in the Console log too.


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