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On (25/09/05 08:52), John Mc Elroy didst pronounce:
> in linux. I have read the thread in the archives and it seems ipv6 could
> be the problem and I may need to disable it. How do I do this? Any other
alias net-pf-10 off
in /etc/modules.conf to disable IPV6.
> I have a netopia cayman 3341 router from Eircom connected on an ethernet port.
> Pinging in linux timesout.
How is the Linux box set up? Do you get your IP via DHCP, or is it set
statically? Does the Windows install work the same way (either DHCP or
static)? What are the IP addresses of both Linux desktop and the cayman
router? Also, send the output of the following commands to the list :
If iptables isn't installed, don't worry about the last one.
Chat ya later,
BOFH excuse #1: clock speed
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