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I have setup a server on my school's network that is going to be a DNS server. I have configured the static IP, netmask, gateway, dns servers, hostname in Linuxconf ...
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    Static IP on Server, cannot ping outside of subnet.


    I have setup a server on my school's network that is going to be a DNS server. I have configured the static IP, netmask, gateway, dns servers, hostname in Linuxconf and I have edited the hosts file to correspond with Linuxconf. I can ping anything inside of the subnet but not outside of it.
    For example: my IP: 10.3.26.10 I can ping anything inside of 10.3.26.* but I cannot ping anything outside of that.

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    check the gateway ip address, and check with the owner of the gateway that it is configured and working correctly, and allows ICMP to pass through it.

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    Yeh it looks like there being droped at the gateway.

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