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|Your network preferences may be corrupt...|
1) Go to System Preference..."Network".
2) Record your Network setups.
3) Select: Locations: Edit Locations.
4) Select each location except Automatic and click "-" to delete.
5) Click Apply.
6) Delete each of your 10GbE Network Ports by selecting each of them and clicking "-".
7) When you see the dialog box asking if you would like the controllers to return, click No.
8) Click Apply.
9) Click + to add your 10GbE networks connections.
10) Set them up from your notes.
11) Click Apply.
12) Wait five minutes for the system to refresh the settings.
If that doesn't work, delete the following two files with the terminal commands:
sudo rm /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/NetworkPreferences.plist
sudo rm /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/preferences.plist
Restart and recreate your network settings.
If that doesn't work, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to save and send a System Report.