Network niggles

YOUR MAC’S NETWORK connections are managed in the Network pane of System Preferences. You can reach this quickly from the Wi-Fi status icon that appears in the menu bar.

On the left of the pane is a list of your Mac’s network interfaces, including esoteric options like connecting via Bluetooth. To

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