In this segment, we are going to show you “How to Fix No Internet issue on MacOS” applicable to all Mac Versions.
Check your Wi-Fi connection:
- Make sure your Wi-Fi is turned on and connected to the correct network.
- Try connecting to a different network to see if that resolves the issue.
Restart your Mac:
- Sometimes, restarting your Mac can resolve network issues.
Reset your Wi-Fi:
- Resetting your Wi-Fi can help clear up any issues.
- To reset your Wi-Fi, turn off Wi-Fi from the Wi-Fi menu on the menu bar, wait a few seconds, and then turn it back on.
Delete network preferences:
- If resetting your Wi-Fi doesn’t work, you can try deleting your network preferences.
- To do this, go to System Preferences > Network, select the Wi-Fi connection on the left, and then click the “minus” button to remove it.
- Then click the “plus” button to add it back.
Clear DNS cache:
- Clearing your DNS cache can help resolve any DNS-related issues.
- To clear your DNS cache, open the Terminal app and type in the command “sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder“, then press enter.
Renew DHCP lease:
- Renewing your DHCP lease can help refresh your network settings.
- To renew your DHCP lease, go to System Preferences > Network,
- select the Wi-Fi connection on the left, click “Advanced“, and then select the “TCP/IP” tab.
- Click “Renew DHCP Lease”.
- In some cases, disabling IPv6 can resolve network issues.
- To disable IPv6, go to System Preferences > Network, select the Wi-Fi connection on the left, click “Advanced“, and then select the “TCP/IP” tab.
- Change the “Configure IPv6” option to “Off”.
If none of these steps work, you may need to contact your internet service provider or Apple support for further assistance.