Fresh install, no network
michal at harddata.com
Mon Nov 1 20:58:17 UTC 2010
On Sun, Oct 31, 2010 at 11:06:53PM -0430, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> On Sun, 2010-10-31 at 19:46 -0600, Michal Jaegermann wrote:
> > The first "sanity check" is to configure your network interface
> > static to make sure that the basic hardware/driver are healthy.
> > One thing at a time.
> That's fine, however the only effect of configuring a manual IP (outside
> the pool managed by the DHCP server, which is also the router), plus
> netmask, router etc. is that nmcli now says "connected"
> and /var/log/messages no longer has DHCP errors,
That is sort of expected. :-) You are not using DHCP anymore.
> but pinging the router
> gets me "Destination unreachable" and several dropped packets.
On an assumption that this interface is correctly configured (an
address without typos, right network) that says something, doesn't
it? Your hardware appears to be ok, because of F13, so apparently
its driver went south. 'lsmod' presumably lists it as loaded and in
use, right? The situation possibly generated some additional info
in dmesg and/or /var/log/messages. Did you check? What
'ifconfig eth0' has to say about RX and TX? It is not a great
surprise that DHCP does not work, or works erraticaly, if your
connection is basically shot. That would be a serious bug.
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