rich at cregy.co.uk
Thu Sep 7 08:41:18 UTC 2006
I have been having problems connecting to the internet. It has been an
interesting journey to say the least. It seems there was a conflict with ipv6
which has now been taken care of. However, I am still experiencing
difficulties connecting to apt-get. It says network is unreachable. I am
connecting to the net through a router/modem and d-link switch. I don't think
these are the problems because I have a Mac that connects without any
I have two computers with the same problems. One now has a static IP address
and the other connects through dhcp. Does apt-get use its own dns servers
when connecting to the net please. How can I set dns servers please? What I
would like to be able to do is to set the router address and also the dns
addresses for my isp and tell apt-get to connect through that.
Embracing what God does for you is the best thing you can do for him.
Romans 12 v 1
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