|04-22-2002, 05:33 PM||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2002
Connect to.... getting full!!!!
I have a dhcp server running on a broadband router/switch. Over time the list of servers in the connect... panel has grown longer and longer. Anyway to purge this list??? I expect that this list is storing each unique ip address at which it at one time found the network share.
I have switched to static IP's and stoped the list from growing, but i sure would like to get rid of all the old entries.
|06-21-2002, 03:31 PM||#3|
Join Date: Mar 2002
the way i did it
This is the way i fixed that problem on my computers.
We have had a problem where, when selecting the "Connect to Server" command, we get multiple listings for the very Mac we are using, all with different IP addresses. In one case, the IP address was one we could never even recall using. Mark Delfs offered this solution, which worked:
1. Turn off AppleTalk from Network System Preferences
2. Launch Terminal
3. Type cd /var
4. Type sudo rm slp.regfile to delete the slp.regfile file
6. Turn AppleTalk back on.
The OS should now rebuild the file and you will no longer see the multiple IP numbers in the Connect to Server dialog box
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