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I was hoping that someone would be able to give me some input on this. Here's my problem, I am currently connected via a USB cable. For some reason I'm ...
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- 12-23-2006 #1
- Join Date
- Sep 2006
Ethernet connection problems
- 12-23-2006 #2
- Join Date
- Apr 2004
We will need a few technical details about your Internet connection. What kind of connection is it and what model of modem are you using?
It might also help if you can tell us who your ISP is and what distribution you are using.
I'd also like to get some details about what as and hasn't been set up so far.
Connect your computer to the ethernet connection and boot into Linux. Then run the following commands as root:
iwconfig ifconfig -a route -n ping www.google.com
The first command will display the wireless information for all of your network cards. The second will show the network settings for all your cards. The third command with show the routing table and the last is a ping command which can provide us with useful error messages.
Once we have this we should be able to help you out more.
Chris...To be good, you must first be bad. "Newbie" is a rank, not a slight.
- 12-28-2006 #3
also in windows from a comand line do ipconfig/all so that we can contrast and compare with your linux output.