How to Set Up Ethernet Link Aggregation on Your Mac
September 29, 2019 at 6:13pm
· 2 comments ·
- September 30, 2019 at 11:00pm
This is hardly useful, as the features are terribly implemented. How many users have ready access to their Mac addresses, or are familiar with such barebones technical details? If Apple spent any time seriously considering this, they’d have made it easier to set up. Why require Mac addresses, rather than the wi-fi names the user’s created themselves? This is a return of the nerds, ignoring Apple’s famous ‘it just works’ mantra. Ever since I bought the iPhone X years ago, I’ve struggled with figuring out how to alternate the wi-fi between different channels—a feature heavily promoted when they first implemented wireless ac/n/g support. Now, years later, it requires familiarity with obscure networking details for what should be an automatic feature. If implemented intelligently, everyone would be ranting about this feature. As is, even those familiar with the details, like me, won’t even bother with it. Talk about a massive fail!
Mark as Spam
- October 1, 2019 at 1:27am
I absolutely agree, very well spoken. This feature as well as others should be easily accessible and they should just work.
Mark as Spam
1 of 0