Re: help: ethernet doesn't work
On Sat, 27 Jun 1998, Wimme wrote:
> Yo all-
> I already posted in the list about this, still didn't find the solution,
> but now I've got more specs, so I hope someone can help.
> Herez the prob: I have a 3Com Etherlink III (3c509) ISA card, static IP
> and a cable modem. I can't seem to connect to the internet. Problem is
> that my card is detected and configured correctly (without doubt) and even
> runs fine, but I can't get on the net. I tried a Realtek PCI card, that
> was detected and confed just fine as well, but didn't connect me either.
> So it's not the HW.
> When I ping my nameserver, none of the packets sent are returned. When I
> ping myself, there's no problem. I can't ping ANYTHING except my own IP.
> Nameservers are 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206. The output of 'ifconfig
> eth0' is the following:
> eth0 Link encap: Ethernet HWaddr 00:60:97:27:6E:F1
> inet addr: 10.64.0.18 bcast:10.64.15.255 mask: 255.255.240.0
> UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
> Rx packets:0 errors:0 droppped:0 overruns:0
> Tx packets:0 errors:0 droppeed:0 overruns:0
> Interrupt:10 Base address:0x300
> This is the output of ifconfig run right after startup. The card and
> settings work perfectly ok in Winnt 4.0 and Win95, so the settings are
> correct. I furthermore have no access whatsoever to the 'net, not by
> telnet, ftp, http...I used debian 2.0, FreeBSD and am now (as it was the
> last install I performed) using redhat 5.1, but I plan to return to debian
> asap. This only to illustrate that I have the same problem, no matter what
> distributions (and modules) I choose...
> I am really absolutely stumped about this, and just can't live with just
> accepting that it won't work :) Is there anyone experiencing the same
> problems, and especially someone who can help me out?
This looks like it might be a routing problem and ifconfig doesn't really
give enough information.
Is there a gateway you route through? If so, what is its address?
What does 'route -n' say?
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