[PLUG] Hathway Internet On Fedora Core 6 Linux

Nishant Shrivastava nishant.newton at gmail.com
Fri Jul 27 12:38:51 PDT 2007


Hi,
    My routing table doesn't show any gateway but the thing is what i should
enter in the forst column of the route command and i am even not able to
enter the gatewau thru route..gets some error..my gateway IP is
60.243.32.1and my for eg is
60.x.y.z....i have used ifconfig eth0 to assign my IP to my NIC
card...netmask is 255.255.252.0..now how can i enter the gateway ip in
routing table


On 7/27/07, Sankarshan Mukhopadhyay <sankarshan.mukhopadhyay at gmail.com>
wrote:
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> Nishant Shrivastava wrote:
> > Hi,
> >   I have recently installed Fedore Core 6 on my system. I am having
> > Hathway Broadband Cable Internet Connection. They have given me a
> > static IP , Netmask , Gateway and DNS IPs. I just have to plug in
> > the LAN cable in the NIC card of my notebook and after putting the
> > IP configuration it works fine on Windows OS but when i am doing the
> > same on Linux OS , its not working. I have used GNOME GUI and even
> > ifconfig command also but nothing seems to work. Kindly help me.
>
> Possibly a route(ing) issue ? Can you see if the route -n output has the
> proper gateway bits ? Else a man route would help you how to add the
> default gateway while ifconfig should allow you to set the other bits
> properly
>
>
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