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I have a network without dhcp! Gateway: 192.168.1.1 network: 192.168.1.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 adress 192.168.1.4 boradcast 192.168.1.255 I can ping 192.168.1.1 without problem, but i can download things from internet! if ...
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    Cant connect to internet!


    I have a network without dhcp!

    Gateway: 192.168.1.1
    network: 192.168.1.0
    netmask 255.255.255.0
    adress 192.168.1.4
    boradcast 192.168.1.255

    I can ping 192.168.1.1 without problem, but i can download things from internet!

    if i try "wget http://google.com" it appears "Resolving google.com...... failed: Temporary failure in name resolution.

    Can it be something wrong with the DNS config, how can i check that?

    I have two DNS adresses 81.167.36.3 and 81.167.36.11

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    You should have your DNS defined in /etc/resolv.conf.
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    Thank u

    Do you also know howto send a file from one debian computer to another debian computer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thahabbis
    Thank u

    Do you also know howto send a file from one debian computer to another debian computer?
    I would use nfs when they are both local - scp when one of them is remote.
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    when i write nfs, it says command not foud! So i tried scp!

    After i inserted the password it says : Name ir service not know!

    Is there something called domain name?, how do i check that they are in the same domain name?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thahabbis
    when i write nfs, it says command not foud!
    nfs is no command. It's a service which alloes to mount remote directires localy.
    So i tried scp!

    After i inserted the password it says : Name ir service not know!
    What is ir? Give more details

    Is there something called domain name?, how do i check that they are in the same domain name?
    I'm confused. Domain name has nothing to do with neither nfs nor scp ...
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    Not ir, but or

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    I think im a step closer!

    i used:

    scp root@00-1a-82-15-51-aa:/home/file root@server03:/home/file

    Then it promt Password: And i input the correct password and it says ssh_ server03: Name or service not known
    Lost connection

    Computer1 hostname : 00-1a-82-15-51-aa (mac adress, stupid hostname :P)
    Computer2 hostname : server03

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