ktan at realityartisans.com
Fri Nov 16 02:00:50 UTC 2018
I would suggest doing a hundred count ping to a host inside and outside Oz and seeing how many dropped packets occur. Also, one to your router. That should give you some idea of where your network issues are occurring as what you’re experiencing is almost certainly a network connectivity issue (from the symptoms) and nothing to do with Macports.
Sent from my silver iPhone6+ with iOS9, so still necessarily brief & potentially typo-speckled.
> On Nov 16, 2018, at 04:48, Dave Horsfall <dave at horsfall.org> wrote:
>> On Thu, 15 Nov 2018, James Linder wrote:
>> I can’t believe that I am the only Aussie macports user plagued by the problem.
>> I went to Access Control->firewall and turned it OFF during the selfupdate. I was not able to make a rule that worked for rsync
> What about the Mac's built-in firewall? I have it turned off, because I don't need it (the Fast-5355 router supplied with the NBN does that for me; nothing can reach the Mac except in response to outbound traffic).
> -- Dave
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