dcparris at matheteuo.org
Wed Mar 1 06:35:59 UTC 2006
On Tuesday 28 February 2006 02:32 pm, 國產 Wei-Yee Chan wrote:
> Have U tried asking Fred? He's using Suse, so he might know.
No, but my thinking was that, if I could get the SUSE laptop to connect to the
Internet, but not the Ubuntu box, then I might need to fix something on the
Ubuntu box. The Knoppix box doesn't connect either - only the laptop.
> DC Parris wrote:
> > Greetings,
> > My primary box, running SUSE Linux 10.0 is doubling as my router. I can
> > get my laptop running SUSE 10.0 to connect to the Internet through this
> > primary box. However, I have not been able to successfully connect to
> > the Internet from an Ubuntu 5.10 box on my LAN. Running a single distro
> > environment is not feasible for my situation, but at least there are no
> > Windows boxes. Anyway, here's my basic info.
> > The primary box has two NICs, one connects to Roadrunner via DHCP, and
> > the internal NIC provides DHCP service to the internal LAN. The Ubuntu
> > box is getting it's IP address from the SUSE box just fine. It even
> > lists the SUSE box as its name server. Yet, it doesn't see the external
> > NIC.
> > When I ping the external NIC, I get a "network unreachable" message.
> > When I first installed Ubuntu, I had no need to share the connection, and
> > did not configure a default route. I believe that is where the problem
> > lies, but am not sure what to do about it. Any help is greatly
> > appreciated.
> > Regards,
> > Don
Rev. DC Parris, Pastor
Oakdale Christian Fellowship
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