Tag Archives : Caching

Using Apple Caching Server with VLANS

Apple out of the box supports VLANS, although not very well. You can setup a VLANS by doing the following. Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Network. Click the Action pop-up menu at the bottom of the network connection services list, then choose Manage Virtual Interfaces. Click Add , then choose New VLAN. Give the service a name, then enter a…

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Neat utility for checking Apple Caching Servers in Sierra

With the Sierra release a new tool also came. This tool AssetCacheLocatorUtil located at /usr/bin/AssetCacheLocatorUtil when run will tell you if your host mac detects any caching servers on your network. EG 17:57:38.697 AssetCacheLocatorUtil[27658:174761] — Information for user 501 (results for other users may be different): 2016-11-08 17:57:38.697 AssetCacheLocatorUtil[27658:174761] Checking whether there might be caching server(s) available… 2016-11-08 17:57:38.698 AssetCacheLocatorUtil[27658:174761]…

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