Re: ftp fails first time when using apt-get
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- Subject: Re: ftp fails first time when using apt-get
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- Date: Sun, 31 Jul 2005 17:44:48 +0200
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Daniel McBrearty wrote:
First check manual if your router succesfully make a connection to the
internet. I've used those D-link before on belgian internet providers
and sometimes it's hard to get it connected. Especially check the ATM
PVC properties, they differ depending the provider you use.
When you think your modem made a correct connection, try to ping
something on the internet using the ipadres. You could try `ping
126.96.36.199` which is www.debian.org.
If this works correct, try the dns-server your router provides.
Somewhere on the status page, there must be a dns provided by your
provider. On scarlet it should be something like `ping 188.8.131.52`.
Once this is working, try to query the dnsserver of your provider using
dig or host like `host www.scarlet.be 184.108.40.206`
If you get correct answers, you can finish testing `host www.debian.org`
which should return the ip of www.debian.org querying the nameservers
provided by your /etc/resolv.conf
Hope it helps,