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My MacBook® by John Ray

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3. Connecting Your MacBook to a Network

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In this chapter, you’ll learn how to get your MacBook online including tasks like:

• Connecting to wired networks

• Connecting to secure wireless networks

• Configuring network address, DNS, and routing information

• Verifying network connections

• Tethering to an iPhone

• Using WWAN cards

• Creating VPN connections

• Managing multiple connections with Locations

Introduction

Being connected to a network gives you access to information, files, and services such as email or the web. Your MacBook can keep you connected whenever and wherever you are—from connecting to home and corporate networks to using cellular ...

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