03-14-2012 04:33 AM
These instructions don't work for Lion as Ethernet Adaptor en2 is NOt an option.
Ethernet is the only option for connection.
According to the ongoing chat I'm having with Logitech the type of Ethernet connection is of utmost importance.
I've tried it with 'Ethernet' and guess what.....?
03-14-2012 02:44 PM
That is very odd as I am using Lion, 10.7.3 to be exact.
If I run System Preferences, then go into Network, I click "+" at the bottom (might need to unlock before) I see a dialog asking what interface I'd like, default is Wi-Fi, I click on the popup and there are a few options one of which is "Ethernet". If I select this the service name that appears is "Ethernet 2" (I believe this is simply the name of the item and has nothing to do with physical hardware). I can then populate the fields as suggest and it works fine.
03-24-2012 01:19 AM - edited 03-24-2012 01:20 AM
Hi to everyone,
Well, just to tell my own experience : my Harmony Remote has never been able to communicate properly with my Mac.
It only managed to do so randomly.
That happened with Leopard and Snow Leopard. So I did not even care to try with Lion !
I returned my remote control to my reseller, he got in touch with Logitech. Answer was disappointing : "Nothing's wrong with the remote". So, no refund nor exchange !
By the way : who buys this remote today ? I definitely would not with a manufacturer that does not even to update his software since January 2010 ! And that even if 2 major versions of the OS it is supposed to wok with has been released...