Reset tcp ip mac os

I've also tried pinging my machine while set to its static ip from another machine, and it works!!

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So I dunno what to do about it. I can still get work done, no problem, but if I've got a static IP, I'd like to be able to use it.

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Loading page content. David Johnson33 David Johnson It is possible the static IP address you are using was assigned by DHCP to another computer on the network when you were not connected or someone typed in the same static IP address into their computer, maybe by mistake?

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Of course, just because you can't ping it doesn't mean it's in use if the computer rejects ICMP echoes. Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post.

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Ask Different works best with JavaScript enabled. To install net-tools use the following command. To do the same on GUI, click on the network symbol at the top right corner. We are not sure if people still use command line on Mac and hence it is very difficult to find it.

To open the command line, press Command, and Space. Type terminal on the search bar and double-click on Terminal. This should open the command line for you. To do the same from GUI, head over to the Apple icon at the top right corner of your screen and choose System Preferences.

From the pop-up select Wi-Fi or Ethernet depending on the type of connection you have. From the adjacent tab, click on Advanced. This will open another dialogue box. The old data will be overridden. In case, you are still stuck with a broken connection, I recommend engaging your Internet Service Provider. Ask them to physically inspect the connection as well as your local machine.