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i'm new using macbook. previously when using pc's for configuring my home wireless network. by using 'DOS' the black screen able to 'ping' certain router.
just wonder using mac how we could do that.
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Open a Terminal window (from Applications or use spotlight) then use it in the same way as you did in DOS:

ping 192.168.0.2 <enter> etc etc
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