[ubuntu-in] multiple lan problem

Ritesh Sinha sinha.k.ritesh at gmail.com
Fri Apr 24 13:49:50 BST 2009


I would suggest that you run through this guide once and see if all
steps have been followed:


If it doesn't break your network to start from scratch, consider
following the document and let us know.



On Fri, Apr 24, 2009 at 5:10 PM, Onkar Shinde <onkarshinde at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 24, 2009 at 5:00 PM, Amit Sarda <amit.sarda at gmail.com> wrote:
>> dear all
>> i have a desktop running in ubuntu 8.10
>> i have 2 networks.
>> 1. for my office application to a LAN card have the following IP
>> address, subnet mask; default gateway -
>> 2. wireless network through a USB wireless adaptor having the following IP
>> address, subnet mask; default gateway -
>> also, i am connecting to the internet using the same.
>> when i connect both the network together, the wireless network does not work
>> for internet.
>> i mean i can access the computer, but the internet will not surf.
>> can any1 help me in this regard.
>> what m i doing wrong??
>> Amit
>> PS .. this all started after i made a recent update to ubuntu 8.10.
>> previously, both networks were working perfectly (for 2 days).
> Check the output of 'route'. It is possible that you have two
> 'default' routes setup and the first of them is the one with lan card
> IP. If taht is the case then all the traffic is trying to go out
> through your lan card which is not working.
> What you can do is in networking configuration, do not specify the
> gateway for lan card. That way only the traffic to 192.168.1.x
> addresses will go through your lan card and rest will go through the
> wireless network.
> Onkar
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