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Before configuring the MacOS gateway you'll need to:
Before configuring the MacOS gateway you'll need to:


* Using the Portal, obtain your AMPRnet 44/8 IP addresses from a regional coordinator.
* Using the Portal, obtain your AMPRnet IP addresses from a regional coordinator.
* Obtain a public static IP address for your gateway.
* Obtain a public static IP address for your gateway.
* Using the Portal, create an entry for your gateway.
* Using the Portal, create an entry for your gateway.
* Get some of your 44.* IP addresses registered in the ampr.org DNS.
* Get some of your AMPRNet IP addresses registered in the ampr.org DNS.

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These are instructions for setting up a MacOS system as a gateway, using the Setting up a gateway on Linux as a starting point.

Before configuring the MacOS gateway you'll need to:

  • Using the Portal, obtain your AMPRnet IP addresses from a regional coordinator.
  • Obtain a public static IP address for your gateway.
  • Using the Portal, create an entry for your gateway.
  • Get some of your AMPRNet IP addresses registered in the ampr.org DNS.