Screenshot Simulation: OS X 10.5 (Leopard) Network Settings

The following is a “screenshot simulation” of the Network Settings for OS X v10.5 (Leopard). Your ISP will determine what the correct settings are for you. When in doubt, check with them.

Since its been a while since I posted a screenshot sim (also referred to as screenshot simulators) I’ll give a brief explanation of their intent. This simulation can be used when helping someone configure their network/Internet settings remotely – and you’re not in front of a Mac running Leopard. Anything high-lighted is clickable.

This screenshot sim will launch in a new window/tab when you select System Preferences… from the Apple icon in the menu bar.

12 thoughts on “Screenshot Simulation: OS X 10.5 (Leopard) Network Settings”

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  3. For my work as tech support professional on the phone this tool was very, VERY usefull.
    Since I do not own a Mac and could care less for a product which is way to expensive and and too ‘exclusive’ to be compatibel with anything els, this tool gave me exactly everything I need to help my customers with their network problems.

  4. Great stuff, I had to troubleshoot a router issue with my 10 year old son who is with grandma 3000 miles away from me, this was just the ticket as I don’t own a Mac.

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