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I have used three different disrto's (CentOS, Slackware and even Untangle) on 3 different boxes and none of them can get out of my network. I use static I.P's from ...
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    Ping out side network.


    I have used three different disrto's (CentOS, Slackware and even Untangle) on 3 different boxes and none of them can get out of my network.

    I use static I.P's from my I.S.P. and a week ago my centos server was getting online just fine. All my setting are correct because i can enter the same exact setup on my xp machine and its gets online fine.

    I can ping my NIC and my gateway just fine but anything after that just stops altogether.

    HELP PLEASE.


    Thanks

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    It may be worth running
    Code:
    traceroute www.google.co.uk
    to confirm the problem is really in your network. If you want to compare to XP then the command is
    Code:
    tracert www.google.co.uk
    Basically, it sends ping packets to each hop on the way.

    Try rebooting the gateway as some ISPs only allow one MAC through at a time.
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