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Originally Posted by AlexK from memory, it is something like MCC -> Network and Internet -> Network setup. I cant remember whether it's changed since 10.1 (I dont think it ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexK
    from memory, it is something like MCC -> Network and Internet -> Network setup.
    I cant remember whether it's changed since 10.1 (I dont think it has) but in 2005LE its:
    MCC -> Network and Internet -> Reconfigure a Network Interface -> Options tab

    Hope this helps
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    ahhh it was already disabled, I tried enabling it, didnt work either. Man I dont understand this it says network is up on eth1 in the task bar and I get power and signal from my card. What else can I do.

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    You could try running the firewall config in the Mandrake Control Center. Sometimes Mandrake/Mandriva needs the firewall to be reconfigured to allow outgoing traffic from a "new" network card.
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