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Re: Problem getting Linux connecting to internet



Minimum requirements are
/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 with IPADDR,NETMASK, BROADCAST,
DEVICE,
BOOTPROTO variables
and
/etc/sysconfig/network with GATEWAY and other two variables
and
/etc/resolve.conf with search, nameserver


On 2/17/07, BERES Laszlo <beres laszlo sys-admin hu> wrote:

Yeo Hong Ming írta:

> I am able to ping to the ip address 217.20.131.2. My router does have
DCHP service enabled. I am still unable to connect to the internet though. I
had started the named daemon. What else do I need to do?

Then your network connection works. Finally you have to create
/etc/resolv.conf and put your ISP's nameserver's address. If you don't
konw, try to get it from your Windows box: start command line and run
"ipconfig /all", you'll see the DNS info.
And stop named, you don't need in this scenario.

If you configure the interface via DHCP, the dhclient do all these steps.

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