Delete a route in Mac OS X Yosemite

I realized I had a post for how to add a static route, but didn’t have one for how to delete one…. So here ya go!  

How to Add a Route in Mac OS X Mavericks

Ever have need to access a network that your default gateway (router) doesn’t know about? ┬áJust add the route via the CLI/Terminal on a Mac OS X running Mavericks! The command is┬ásudo route -n add (network) (gateway)

Where is httpd.conf on Mac OS X Server?

Mac OS X Server is awesome! But it “hides” configuration files for some of the services it runs. Finding them can be a pain… This is the directory where OS X Server puts all of the relevant httpd.conf files: /Library/Server/Web/Config/apache2/sites/

Change the SSHd port on Mac OS X

If you enable SSH on your mac, you’ll notice that you can’t easily change the listening port. This means that if you leave your computer connected for any time to the Internet you’ll see all sorts of brute force login attempts in /var/log/system.log. To change the default port (22) of SSH on a Mac it’s … Continue Reading