[ubuntu-in] Connecting Internet
raheja.sudhanshu at gmail.com
Sun Nov 4 08:45:39 GMT 2007
Ravi Shanker Kumar wrote:
> On Sun, 2007-11-04 at 13:37 +0530, Vishal Rao wrote:
>> On 11/4/07, 74yrs old <withblessings at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> In my case bsnl has been configured as DHCP in the relevant webapage of
>>> Bsnl's modem by bsnl
>>> Works fine in MSwindows as well as LiveCD ubuntu 7.04 without any further
>> It must just be that DHCP (automatically obtain IP address) is not enabled...
> It is simple, when he is able to open the 192.168.1.1:80 (Webserver
> HTTPD on router machine), he got the IP from DHCP server (router) and is
> present in the network. THe reason he is unable to open any page with
> URL like http://www.google.com is because his machine doesn't have any
> So, please add a dns ( 192.168.1.1) , in
> Else, you may try opening Google with this in URL input box :
> So, please add the DNS, and let us know if any more problem.
In the BSNL configuration you do not need to set up the DNS manually.
I'm assuming BSNL has given you the UT-300R2U Router.
The best way to go about it would be to reset the router.
Then goto 192.168.1.1 and open the router menu.
Click on DHCP and click on No DHCP ( We try it manually first to make
sure that the issue is not with DHCP )
Now, go to WAN settings, and enter your username and password.
Finally, go to Status->Device Info and check if the device is connected.
In case it is not connected, go to Status->Log and find out what the
last entry says.
If it's not too clear, then clear the logs and try the whole process again.
If things are working fine there, then the problem is with your network
configuration rather than the BSNL setup.
In which case there would be a lot of people here on the community who
can guide you better.
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