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Hi i have a cybercafe wich connected with VSAT Linkstar 1mb/s i have set a server and i installed linux slackware i have 2 netcards on the pc one for ...
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    ifconfig+no connection established


    Hi i have a cybercafe wich connected with VSAT Linkstar 1mb/s
    i have set a server and i installed linux slackware
    i have 2 netcards on the pc
    one for the lan
    and one connected to the DVB ( linkstar)

    The first one is eth0 Lan
    The second one is eth1 connection with DVB



    i did everything with ifconfig and there is no connection
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    I wanna set this parameter to eth0

    this is the ip addresses in windows . i wanna set them in linux


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    the ip addresses to the eth1



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    wich command to set them up and running thanks !

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    Have you tried using the "netconfig" command to configure your cards? Also take a look at this article, it may help you resolve your problems.

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    yes i did that
    but can i netconfig the 2nd card ?

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    I don't really know because its been a long time since I used Slack. The link I pointed to has some stuff about using two or more network interfaces.

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    sorry the first pic is wrong

    the gateway is 192.168.0.1

    like that !


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