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[vox-tech] Debian Woody new install - eth0 issues - what am I doing wron
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[vox-tech] Debian Woody new install - eth0 issues - what am I doing wrong?

Heyyaz ...

Anyone have a bottle of Excedrine TCP/IP? ... (cough, cough) ok, that was a
bad one ...

I've got a new debian install (on a P200, 64megs ram, 3Com 3C905 NIC,
yadda,yadda) that I'm installing Woody (w) the 2.4 kernel (have also tried
2.2) onto.  Everything works all right when installing off of the CD.  I
have the NIC card model, and when I select the driver, it goes through ok.

Then the machine reboots.  "ifconfig" shows the IP, netmask, gateway, etc.
are working as I entered it.  The DNS's are in properly.  I can ping the
card, and  The card DOES work - it worked on the same machine
under RedHat and a Knoppix demo CD.

But I can't get out onto the net ... I can't ping outbound - either through
domains, or pinging an IP.  I also can't ping INTO the box, from another
machine on the same 192.168 net.

I've wandered through debianhelp.org, the vox-tech archives, and asked
around ... no ideas so far.  I'm running out of hair to pull out, like I
ever had much to begin with.

Any idearz?

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