5735[wpmac] Re: Appletalk Printing from SS Solved
- Apr 2, 2009
>Edward Mendelson wrote:Thanks, Edward. That's extremely helpful!
>1. Using Google or any other search engine, find, download, and
>install the NetworkStat widget in OS X. Typically the second set of
>numbers it displays is the IP address of your Mac on your internal
>network (probably something like 10.0.1.15). There are a dozen other
>programs that show your IP address, but this is an easy one to use.
Minor suggestion regarding Step 1: Instead of downloading the
NetworkStat widget, you can get your IP address from utilities built
into OS X:
In the Apple menu, click About This Mac, click the More Info button,
then click Network in the left hand pane. (Be sure to click Network
itself, not any entries under Network.)
Launch "Network Utility" (in the Utilities folder in the Applications
folder). Click the Info tab.
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