From: Breathnach, Proinnsias (Dublin) (breatpro at domain exchange.ie.ml.com)
Date: Tue 14 Aug 2001 - 09:22:10 IST
> Should be simple enough ...
> The problem (as mentioned last week) is that the routing isn't set up ...
> Try (as root)
> /sbin/route add default ppp0
> That should do the trick ... as mentioned earlier on the list, if you have
> a NIC that isn't being used for networking, try unsetting the default
> route in the configuration files ...
> -----Original Message-----
> I thought that the nameserver was the dns server. Assuming that it is I
> don't have a local one and the isp's are setup as in my prev mail. If it
> isn't I don't know how to find it or where to put its info for the dialup
> On Mon, 13 Aug 2001 Satelle, StevenX didst pronounce:
> :I'm having probs connecting to the internet. I dial up using kde's
> :dialer and connect fine to unison. Then I cant do anything. I cant get
> :surf the web or ping outside my network. I am using the correct settings
> :unison (I think(see below)) and I'm given an ip address.
> :I'm using an external modem which definitely works, I've checked it on my
> :windows box and I have mandrake 7.2 installed
> :Any help/suggestions would be great
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