Re: Network problem.
On Sat, Sep 01, 2007 at 09:13:16PM +0530, Yazad Khambata wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> I'm relatively new to Linux... I installed Debian 4.0 on my PC (I also have
> XP and 2000) on my system. Today morning I could finally configure things right
> and could connect to the internet(I'm using a broadband connection - Sify)...
> but then something went wrong with my network slot and there was no network
> detected on any of my OSs, I changed the network cards slot and things work
> fine on Windows XP and 2000; however, despite configuring the network card (I
> entered the static Ip, gateway,netmask, primary and secondry dsn); I can assure
> you that the config is proper; I am unable to even ping the server... when i
> ping i get 90+% loss of packets.
> Could anyone please advise me? Many thanks to all in advance.
> Yazad Khambata.
also what about '/etc/network/interfaces' and 'dmesg'. You seem to
indicate that you are using a static ip but most services use dhcp or
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