Integrated Payment Devices: Changing Your DNS Servers - macOS

A bad DNS route could be cached to your Internet Service Provider (ISP) and may cause connectivity issues between your payment device and RepairQ. To resolve this issue, try using Google's DNS servers in your network settings.

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Updating Your Connection Settings in macOS

1. On the upper-left of your desktop screen, click the Apple logo. From the dropdown, click System Preferences.

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2. On the System Preferences page, click Network.

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3. On the Network page, click Advanced on the lower-right side of the window.

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4. On the Advanced Network Settings page, click the DNS tab on the top row of available settings.

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5. Under the DNS Servers field, click the Add (+) button to add a server address. Type in the following two addresses:

  • 8.8.8.8
  • 8.8.4.4

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6. After you have added the addresses, click OK to save your changes.

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7. Close the settings windows and any active internet browsing sessions, then restart your connection to ensure that your changes go into effect.

 

 

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