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    network status - strange
    MAC-simus's Avatar
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    network status - strange
    any ideas what they are? or how to get rid of them?

    there are no cables plugged in by the way. I've had 6 macs over past 5 years (from 9.2 to 10.4 os) but never seen anything li this
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    network status - strange
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    You can delete them by selecting network port configuration > delete. They may have been added by a third party firewall or proxy application. But they are easy to add and remove.

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    network status - strange
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    Were those added by Parallels?

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    network status - strange
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    sure I can delete them, but I was just wondering how they got there, I know I didn't do it. I only use wireless both at home and work. and why does it say cable is plugged in? that's what's bugging me.

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