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  • Show Safari Form Results In New Tab - Mac Guides
    will display the results in a new tab Hold down Command when clicking the Submit button This will also open the results in a new window Try this by using the search field on the left of this webpage edit See Also Safari Retrieved from http guides macrumors com Show Safari Form Results In New Tab Categories Apple Software not OS X Guides Mac OS X Networking and Internet Views

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  • Ultra wideband - Mac Guides
    communications technology edit Links wikipedia Ultra wideband Retrieved from http guides macrumors com Ultra wideband Categories Stubs Networking and Internet Views Article Discussion Edit History Personal tools 23 92 31 179 Talk for this IP Create an account or log in Navigation Mac Guides Home Recent changes Random page Help Search Toolbox What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Printable version Permanent link This page was last modified

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  • Using Remote File Access to Save Disk Space on Your MacBook Air - Mac Guides
    addresses especially if they ever change You can get a Dynamic DNS client here http www dyndns com support clients mac html That s all you have to do at home When you re on the road you can connect your MBA to your home Mac server using these steps In Finder choose Go Connect To Server In the Server Address box type your home system s external IP address For example 123 123 12 123 Or if you have a domain name that points to your home system you can type that For example www myhomedomain com Click Connect A password prompt dialog box will appear and ask you for your name and password Select Registered User and then enter your user name and password from your Mac server If you want you can check the box for Remember this password in my keychain Click Connect You will see a list of all of the shares on your Mac server Select the share s you want to connect to and click OK Voilà You are now connected to your home Mac server from your MBA You can access files copy files back and forth between your MBA and your server delete files whatever you want as long as your MBA remains network connected The next time you go to connect it should go even more quickly especially if you save your password in your keychain and if you add your home IP address domain name to your list of Favorite Servers in the Connect dialog box edit Away From Your Home Network More Secure The steps for this method are identical to the steps used by the Secure method above with two exceptions On your router configure a port number that you choose for example 5678 it is recommended that you use a high port number to prevent conflicts to forward to port 548 of the internal IP address of your Mac server a Mac Pro iMac Mac mini or some other Mac that s always home and on for both TCP and UDP For example your Mac server might have an IP address like 192 168 1 1 NOTE The steps to set up port forwarding vary from router to router Please consult your router s documentation to see how to set this up In the Server Address box type your home system s external IP address plus a colon and the port number you specified in step 1 For example 123 123 12 123 5678 Or if you have a domain name that points to your home system you can type that plus a colon and the port number you specified in step 1 For example www myhomedomain com 5678 Setting your router to perform port forwarding in this manner rather than just relying on the home server s login security provides an additional layer of security that will prevent unauthorized users from accessing your home server not only would they have to know your user name

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  • Using a cellphone for a modem - Mac Guides
    up your cellphone as a modem Note This guide was written using a Sprint PCS Merlin pccard and Tiger Plug your cellphone in using the appropriate cable or in the case of the pccard insert it Open the Network Preference Pane Choose Network Port Configurations from the Show dropdown If needed enable your cellphone device You may see it listed as pccard serial or cellphone modem Open Internet Connect in your Applications folder Choose the device in the toolbar Choose Edit Configuration in the Configuration dropdown For Sprint PCS users Name the configuration for example Cellphone or Merlin Enter 777 as the telephone number Leave Account and Password blank Choose the appropriate modem script from the Modem dropdown For Sprint PCS users choose Sprint PCS Vision Click OK to save Back on the main Internet Connect window click Connect Optionally you can check the box to make the modem menu item appear where you may connect and discconnect in the future edit See Also The Network Preference Pane Retrieved from http guides macrumors com Using a cellphone for a modem Categories Guides Networking and Internet Views Article Discussion Edit History Personal tools Create an account or log in Navigation Mac

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  • VPN - Mac Guides
    It require remote users to be authenticated and secure data with encryption technologies Secure VPN use cryptographic tunneling protocols to provide confidentiality Mac OS X has built in support for VPN which is described as adequate but limited edit Setting up a VPN Connection Open Internet Connect Select the VPN tab Choose Configuration Edit Configuration to create a new connection Fill out the fields Click Connect At this point your IP address might change and entities on the private LAN will become visible to you edit Issues with VPN It has been reported that Apple s implementation of VPN in Mac OS X makes Google unavailable and significantly interferes with the load times of websites utilizing Google ads To fix this issue open Internet Connect choose the Connect Options menu item then uncheck Send all traffic over VPN connection This will allow only those connections that require VPN to use VPN which Google does not edit Alternatives to the built in VPN client DigiTunnel Retrieved from http guides macrumors com VPN Categories Out of date articles Networking and Internet Views Article Discussion Edit History Personal tools 23 92 31 179 Talk for this IP Create an account or log in

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