xrdawson at gmail.com
Tue Jan 3 17:39:58 UTC 2006
What does no connection mean? Does your network cable have a link
light? Are you using a particular application to access the network
which doesn't work on Ubuntu?
Tell us who the DSL provider is. Often you have to login, but we
cannot tell you the specifics unless you give us this. Also, can you
ping the gateway? If you don't know your gateway, look at your
networking information on Windows, and then open a terminal on Linux
Replace gateway-ip with the gateway you determined. Are your DNS
settings proper? Can you ping the DNS servers?
On 1/3/06, Richard Reyes <lord.richard at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> Good Day.
> Newbie Question.
> I have a DSL working in windows. Its using DHCP or something but there
> was an error getting IP from the network. The customer support had to
> give me the ip address so i can connect from inside windows.
> Now I have succesfully setup the latest Kubuntu ( Breezy ) in my
> laptop. I have set the same IP address I am using in windows for the
> DSL connection. But I still have no connection.
> Any help is appreciated.
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