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  User Icon nachi

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6/30/2007 2:14:53 AM


Hi,

I recently bought a MAC OS X computer. when i connect to internet , MAC gives a error message that ethernet cable not plugged in. But i have checked my connection, the ethernet cable is plugged. I have also checked by connecting my windows computer, it seems to be working fine.

if I need to ping the modem to check the cable, how should i goto commmand prompt in mac or is their is any other option to check the connection between the modem and mac computer.

Thank you,
nachi
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  User Icon shockwave2501

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7/8/2007 5:11:43 PM


Ok go to /Applications/Utilities/Terminal.app that is the unix command line in OSX it can call ping for you. Alternatively you can use the network utility application in the Utilites folder
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  User Icon bob

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5/6/2011 7:25:41 AM


    QUOTE:

    Originally Posted by shockwave2501:
    Ok go to /Applications/Utilities/Terminal.app that is the unix command line in OSX it can call ping for you. Alternatively you can use the network utility application in the Utilites folder
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