waleed.harbi at gmail.com
Tue Sep 16 19:51:09 UTC 2008
Is your FC9 the default installation or you have made some changes on the
Could you please show us few lines from the system logs? /var/log/message
Could you please make sure you turned off the firewall (IPTABLES)? just for
What is the results for ifconfig -a command?
On Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 10:33 PM, Henning Larsen <hennlar at start.no> wrote:
> On Tue, 2008-09-16 at 12:23 -0700, mohammed magraby wrote:
> > Dear MailMan,
> > I have a proplem, I am using fedora 9 on 6 machines "Intel
> > Core 2 Due 2.40GHz, 1 GB of RAM., and I have a problem connecting to
> > the LAN and Internet. I am wondering if out of the box I need to do
> > something for Fedora to be able to get on the Internet and LAN.
> > My network setup is as follows :
> > 1 - Static IP to every machine
> > 2 - I have 2 switches, the first is ASUS and the second is DLINK
> > * All machines are unable to connect to the LAN
> > * I just want to solve the problem on one machine with the following
> > configuration :
> > IP: 192.168.1.204
> > SubNET Mask: 255.255.255.0
> > GateWay: 192.168.1.1
> > DNS: 192.168.1.1
> > Static Host Name: Developer-3
> > * Network card model is RealTek
> > * I used Add/Remove Software to download The DeviceManager and I
> > think the " Add/Remove Software" tool seems to go on the
> > internet and download the "DeviceManager" because the yellow
> > light on the Ethernet card lights up, however when press on
> > the Install button nothing happens.
> > I made the network card status Activate, then I restarted the
> > computer, but always the symbol of the connection icon is"X"
> > and the message is "No network connection"
> > I tried it on one machine that also has Windows XP together
> > with Fedora 9. From Win XP I am able to get on the LAN and the
> > Internet but not with Fedora 9, although I have the same
> > network configurations on both OSes.
> > Thanks.
> try to run ifconfig in a terminal window, there you can see if your
> network card is up
> if it is not, I would do system-config-network and edit the device and
> select activate device when computer starts.
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