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going online

Each time I go on the internet, I must first go to System Preferences and then network. where I see my IP address. Then I select ADVANCED where I see my network name and security. Then I select DNS, where I see the numbers for my DNS server. Then I select + (which adds 0.0.0.0), then to - (which deletes 0.0.0.0 and re-adds my IP address). Then I select GO and APPLY. After this I can go online for the entire length of time I am online. I must repeat the process a few hours later to get online.

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going online

Each time I go on the internet, I must first go to System Preferences and then network. where I see my IP address. Then I select ADVANCED where I see my network name and security. Then I select DNS, where I see the numbers for my DNS server. Then I select + (which adds 0.0.0.0), then to - (which deletes 0.0.0.0 and re-adds my IP address). Then I select GO and APPLY. After this I can go online for the entire length of time I am online. I must repeat the process a few hours later to get online. I use an iMac (20 inch, mid 2007) with OS Yosemite and 6 GB ram

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(NT) Duplicate. Please continue in you other postings.

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