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Summary

In this chapter, you learned how to set up your Mac OS X computer for network access through traditional wired networks, wireless AirPort connections, and, of course, dial-up ISPs. Mac OS X networking has a number of advantages, including the capability to automatically configure itself to whatever type of network is currently available. This feature, combined with a simplified locations manager, makes it easy to adapt your computer to any sort of network environment.


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