Add Network Locations And Switch Among Them In The Apple Menu [OS X Tips] | Cult of Mac
As you can see I already have the default Automatic location plus two others that I use a Guest wireless network and home network. Which is fine, but for most lab or testing environments, you want to have multiple profiles. So lets configure a manual address, DNS server and some of the other advanced network configuration.
First, make sure you have selected the Ethernet port. I have disabled the Airport wireless in this example.
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We have quite a few options that can be configured from here. And fill out your proxy configuration. If you are testing for a new proxy deployment this is hugely useful, since you can quickly switch profiles for each of the proxy servers in your cluster. You have now configured and applied the Network Profile.
Change Network Location Quickly in Mac OS X via Apple Menu
You can easily switch between the Locations by open System Preferences, Network, and using the Location menu which is just a bit too manual for me. You can always open the System Preferences, Network and change the configured locations.
But I use a piece of software call Network Location to provide me with a menu list from the Tool Bar of OSX and that will be the subject of my next post which makes multiple network profiles even easier. Really nasty drawback of using locations shows its ugly head if you use built-in VPN client.
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Why would you need a tool to change location??? Not exactly what I was looking for when I found this but it is a great piece of information. Network Break is round table podcast on news, views and industry events. Got a great tip?
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