Configure OSX to Connect to XFINITY Internet


Learn how to access XFINITY Internet services with a Mac easily and quickly with our XFinity step by step learning tutorial and videos. The point when the Comcast guy comes out to your house to set up your Internet connection, as-usual everything is totally configured and in working position when he leaves. If you need to further configure your Comcast connection on a Mac, for instance provided that you need to share your Internet to an othe system, you have a couple of additional setup steps to finish. You might as well have no issue setting up your Comcast account on a Mac system.

Configure the Internet settings on your Mac From the Apple menu, select System Preferences. On the System Preferences window, select the Network icon. From the Show menu, select your Ethernet card. Click the TCP/IP tab; then from the Configure IPv4 menu, select Using DHCP. Select the Apply Now button. At this point, your computer should obtain an IP address and all the other settings from the Comcast DHCP server. You should be able to surf the web, send and receive email, etc.


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