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From: grep@calvin.oriole.sbay.org (George Bonser)
Subject: Re: trouble with debian and networking
Date: 08 Dec 1996 02:39:21 GMT
In-Reply-To: <32AA1C5F.346C@gvo.net>
References: <32AA1C5F.346C@gvo.net>
To: "Martin L.W. Hall" <martin@gvo.net>
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In article <32AA1C5F.346C@gvo.net>,
	"Martin L.W. Hall" <martin@gvo.net> writes:
>Hi Debian users,
>
>Hopefully you can help me.  I am new to Linux and Debian (though I know
>UNIX specificall SunOS quite well).  
>
>I have this system on a small network (gvo.net) connected to the
>Internet through a CISCO router.  Many of the systems are NT 4.0. based.
>
>the IP address for the linux box (cabernet) is 207.105.213.136
>the netmask is set to 207.105.213.192

If you have a class C net the netmask should be 255.255.255.0

>net address is set to 207.105.213.0   is that right?
>broadcast IP# is set to 207.105.213.191
>
Try 207.105.213.255 for broadcast address (I think)

gateway (the cisco router) is set to 207.105.213.129
>the DNS is set to 206.13.28.11
>nameserver is 207.105.213.129 206.13.28.11 206.13.29.11
>the main server (gvo.net) is 207.105.213.131
>
>Any obvious places I should look or think about?
>
>Thanks,
>----Martin----
>martin@gvo.net
>
>
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