Internet Sharing Not Working On Snow Leopard
My 10.6.8 mini server is a DHCP client, so I can't continue with the assistant without altering my setup :( Do reply though with the results of the Gateway Setup Assistant... I have zero idea why it works nor do I care. I have MBP 15″ and 13″ and 15″ worked w/o a problem, while dealing with 13″ was a nightmare: connection would randomly drop, then I could not start the Airport, had I discovered that the problem was widespread. http://sparcweb.net/internet-sharing/internet-sharing-mac-not-working-snow-leopard.php
Anyway, I've tried what you suggested - I entered a manual address using 192.168.1.13, and the clicked the DNS tab and added 188.8.131.52. Start Internet Sharing if it's not already running. I have internet through a USB modem/dongle, ISP is verizon. Reply Susan says: January 11, 2012 at 7:47 pm Does not work for me. "Wi-fi has the self assigned IP address 169.x.x.x and will not be able to connect to the https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2137718?tstart=0
i have noticed that if my internet sharing is ticked on but wifi on, sometimes i am never able to open any Google sites but all other sites are working. Wi-fi devices still can't use it. It works fine on Snow Leopard, and I believe it also works on Lion. Name (required) Mail (will not be published) (required) Website « How to Remove Icons from the Menu Bar in Mac OS X Find the Purchase Date of Apps Bought from the
If this is the problem, is there a way to use WPA ? Never had a problem until I just installed snow leopard. Sep 1, 2009 8:21 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Steils, Steils Sep 3, 2009 1:00 PM in response to FrozenPepper Level 1 (0 points) Sep 3, At least using Internet Sharing without enabling encryption worked for me.
Is there a non-float alternative to pow()? Solved all my problems, THANKS. I have a mac pro with snow leopard 10.6.1 and a mini with 10.4.11 and after this I'm back up and surfing the net. http://www.dummies.com/computers/macs/how-to-use-mac-os-x-snow-leopards-software-to-share-an-internet-connection/ I went into the airport tab in the top bar, hit "create network" to make a computer-to-computer network.
Reply fguzman07 says: April 14, 2013 at 7:41 pm Kirsty, did you ever figure out how to fix this problem? But this morning, after my Leopard had been put to sleep last night with everything working fine, when I woke it up it had a different IP address, one beginning with Something really strange and i am not able to get a proper solution. Anyone else have the same problem?
Flash forward to March 2011. http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/snow-leopard-internet-sharing-glitch-bug-change.777157/ is it possible that some chip is fired in the phone? All of this can be helpful for avoiding potential channel conflicts, or when troubleshooting wireless problems. […] Reply Ashley says: December 12, 2012 at 8:18 am So useful thank you! thanks!
Not a acceptable solution for me.. his comment is here Replace the battery, reconnect power, and zap the PRAM and wait for 2 chimes before letting the keys go. This is VERY VERY annoying.... Hope this helps someone!
Occasionally an off/on switch of Wi-Fi on iMac and iPhone will temporarily bring it back but that's not an acceptable solution. I think the answer lies somewhere in /usr/libexec/InternetSharing and /etc/boopd.plist. It can be done, although the server OS wants to be much more involved than the client OS. http://sparcweb.net/internet-sharing/internet-sharing-with-mac-not-working.php If not, it may refuse to start.
Reply Nisei says: December 22, 2013 at 4:35 am I've been having this issue on multiple Macs now. Kind regards, Johan Reply alyertkid says: June 17, 2012 at 8:26 am maybe you can just create a new wifi network with a new password? I don't know if it's just random luck or what though.
Amazingly, Internet Sharing enabled on my MacBook Pro began working for my iPhone but sadly not my iPad nor my MacBook Air.
Tried several times…same result. Macs Only! It's very cool but if your Internet Sharing is no longer working, read on. Tried it both ways, first with 40-bit WEP, then wide open.
If I change the password, he'll just tell him and they will know I'm on to them.nt