[PLUG] Hathway Internet On Fedora Core 6 Linux
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Sat Jul 28 00:21:25 PDT 2007
On 7/28/07, Nishant Shrivastava <nishant.newton at gmail.com> wrote:
> My routing table doesn't show any gateway but the thing is what i should
> enter in the forst column of the route command and i am even not able to
> enter the gatewau thru route..gets some error..my gateway IP is
> 220.127.116.11and my for eg is
> 60.x.y.z....i have used ifconfig eth0 to assign my IP to my NIC
> card...netmask is 255.255.252.0..now how can i enter the gateway ip in
> routing table
Firstly, please avoid top posting since it is a bit difficult to
follow on mailing lists.
Here are a few logical steps you should try (as root):
1. Make sure your hardaware is detected - lspci will give you your
hardware if it is detected correctly (I'm assuming it is a PCI
2. Set the IP - eg. ifconfig eth0 60.243.32.x netmask 255.255.255.0
(unless the ISP has given you a special netmask).
3. Check the dns entries in /etc/resolv.conf. eg. - "nameserver
4. Set the default router - "route add default gw 18.104.22.168"
5. Check whether your router is responding - "ping 22.214.171.124"
6. If router doesnt respond check whether your local interface is
responding - "ping 60.243.32.x". If it isnt, soemthing is wrong in
your hardware or your driver.
7. If the router pings, check whether you can ping google.com
(126.96.36.199 as of now).
8. If you can ping the IP, your connection is fine.
9. If you cannot ping 'google.com', your dns settings are wrong.
10. If you can ping 'google.com' you are through, unless you have some
weird firewall rules set.
The above steps are generic to any distro. Hope this helps.
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