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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by blow45, Apr 15, 2011.
Strangely I had not noticed it before...
Anyone find some advantages using them?
IMHO creating a new System Preferences->Network Location will help in resetting all network settings and clears up old Automatic code that was left over from the 10.5.x system.
oh ok thanks for that! that's very helpful. I will try it out too.
Usually, I want to get an IP address and DNS automatically by DHCP. There is a specific place I need to have two IP addresses (one can be automatic, but I simultaneously need access to a different subnet) and one has to be manually assigned a specific address. It's to manage A/V equipment. Much easier to just change the location instead of of going into Network preferences and changing all my settings, only to undo later.
yeah it makes a lot of sense, and really seems to untie your hands in some situations. I am definitely gonna be using it.