command for downloading a package to save

Eberhard Roloff tuxebi at
Tue Jun 16 21:14:57 UTC 2009

Steven Vollom wrote:
> (trim)
>  >
>  > I bet he may have somehow set up a static IP and when he unhooked his
>  > router, he did not switch back to using a dynamic IP.
> That sounds right, I don't even know the difference. Could that be the 
> problem? Not switching to a dynamic IP. If so, I have to learn the 
> differenced in those things. Thanks David.

The entries that David and me gave you for 

attempt to switch you network card to dynamic, which means 
that the card will get an IP from your dsl device at startup.

Well, at some point in the not to distant future, when all 
your machines will be working again, we might be good 
advised to have a look a your router and then use a more 
logical setup, so that you will connect the WAN port of your 
router to your modem and then connect each computer of yours 
to the router LAN ports.

Doing it like this, your router will be back to where it is 
good, i.e. routing. ;-)

Then any machine within your network can connect via dhcp 
and you will have a clear network structure thah is easy to 

Kind regards

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