Timothy Murphy tim at
Sat Nov 15 15:04:52 UTC 2003

On Thursday 13 November 2003 21:52, nipson anomhmata wrote:
> Hi guys!I have just installed fedora core and i have a
> problem with my network!I am on a LAN using an
> ethernet device!Fedora recognises my ethernet card and
> i configured all the settings for the LAN, static
> IP,DNS,GATEWAY etc. but i have no network!The file
> /etc/sysconfig/networking/devices/ifcfg-eth0 has the
> same settings which i configured from the gui!The IP
> of the DNS server exists in /etc/resolv.conf! In
> console when i write ping , an
> error says "network unreachable"! From the gui, says
> that the ethernet device is active and starts normally
> on boot! Does anybody now anything? thanks for your time!!

I doubt if this has anything to do with Fedora --
it seems to me much more likely to be something to do with your config files.
Did you try running System Settings=>Network Configuration?
(And possibly re-booting afterwards.)

I upgraded from RedHat-9.0 to Fedora-1.0 on a number of computers,
and my ethernet and WiFi LANs all seem to be working as before.

Timothy Murphy  
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