1. jekillen's Avatar
    I have a Macbook Pro with Yosemite and a Mac Mini with Yosemite.
    I have had all my Macs and other machines connected on two separate
    networks:
    One has connection to DSL modem for internet connects
    and the other is isolated by a different manual ip/netmask configuration:
    192.168.0. 1-254 netmask 255.255.255.0
    and
    192.168.1.1-255 with netmask 255.255.255.0
    The built in interfaces are fouling up and not connecting when set to
    DCHP. They self assign unusable public network addresses.
    I have obtained usb-ethernet adapters to set up the second network.
    Evne when I can get them properly contifigured, either one network or
    the other will not transmit and receive.

    Is this lack of router deamon like routd? Or is is some other problem.
    I have successfully work with Linix and FreeBSD and Windows systems
    on the same local networks. Only the Macs with Yosemite seem to be
    fouled up.

    Thanks for time and attention.
    02-17-2017 07:11 PM
  2. imwjl's Avatar
    I have a Macbook Pro with Yosemite and a Mac Mini with Yosemite.
    I have had all my Macs and other machines connected on two separate
    networks:
    One has connection to DSL modem for internet connects
    and the other is isolated by a different manual ip/netmask configuration:
    192.168.0. 1-254 netmask 255.255.255.0
    and
    192.168.1.1-255 with netmask 255.255.255.0
    The built in interfaces are fouling up and not connecting when set to
    DCHP. They self assign unusable public network addresses.
    I have obtained usb-ethernet adapters to set up the second network.
    Evne when I can get them properly contifigured, either one network or
    the other will not transmit and receive.

    Is this lack of router deamon like routd? Or is is some other problem.
    I have successfully work with Linix and FreeBSD and Windows systems
    on the same local networks. Only the Macs with Yosemite seem to be
    fouled up.

    Thanks for time and attention.
    It reads like 192.168.0.0 and 192.168.1.0 are not routed to each other but you're leaving out too much for me to know what's up. This is one where a picture might help.
    02-19-2017 08:12 PM

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