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on the mac that is hosting the rogue DHCP service. sudo launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/bootps.plist This will turn off bootpd, which is the DHCP server. You might also check the internet sharing settings in system preferences (which is the other common user of DHCP on the system besides Mac OS X Server) To see if Mac OS X Server is ...


No, as long as the duplicate MACs are not in the same network, there will not be a problem. But in the situation you describe, there might be a problem in the future. What if network connections change in the future, and ports B1 and A2 end up on the same network? That will cause problems. You need to find out how you got 2 NICs with the same MAC, and ...

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