DNS Settings (Macintosh)

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To get online at URI, your IP address DNS settings must be obtained automatically.

In very rare instanced, you may need to edit the Domain Name Services (DNS) settings on a MacOS machine.

For ethernet connections MacOS X 10.7+:

1. Click the Apple icon in the upper left corner and select "System Preferences."
2. Click the "Network" or"Internet and Wireless" icon.
3. Click Ethernet.
4. Under Configure IPv4 choose "Using DHCP" and make sure the DNS servers box is empty.
5. Click Apply to confirm settings.

OR

For wireless connections MacOS X 10.7+:

1. Click the wireless/wifi icon in the upper right corner and select "Open Network Preferences."
2. Click Ethernet.
3. Under Configure IPv4 choose "Using DHCP" and make sure the DNS servers box is empty.
4. Click Apply to confirm settings.