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Re: Network installation
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Network installation
- From: "Fehmi Noyan Isi _EEE01" <fni18444_(_at_)_mail2_(_dot_)_gantep_(_dot_)_edu_(_dot_)_tr>
- Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2004 07:12:12 +0300
I really did all the things int manual and FAQ for DHCP configuration!
1) edit the /etc/hostname.vr0 file
echo dhcp > /etc/hostname.vr0
2) route flush
3) reset the modem
4) sh /etc/netstart vr0
then it waits for a long time, and gets nothing!
Once it got the IPs from DHCP, but all IP are in 192.168.*.* format!
The actual IP must be in 62.248.*.* format (I know from my windows machine)
> > Hi
> > I sent a message about my DHCP problem.
> > I am near to kick my PC (this job has taken my days!).
> > System OpenBSD 3.5 i386
> > I try to configure the network manually after an unsuccessful DHCP client
> > setup trial.
> > 1) I edited /etc/hostname.vr0 file (my card is VIA VT6105)
> > echo "inet my_ip my_mask NONE" > /etc/hostname.vr0
> > Originally, I use a Realtek 8139 card but someone told me it has some
> > problems with OpenBSD 3.5. True?
> > 2) Edited /etc/resolv.conf and write the DNS server addresses.
> > nameserver xxx.yyy.zzz.aaa
> > nameserver xxx.yyy.zzz.aa2
> > nameserver xxx.yyy.zzz.aa3
> > 3) edited /etc/mygate
> > echo my_gateway_IP > /etc/mygate
> Why this step? Does the DHCP server not supply the correct router?
> .... Ken
> > then
> > # route flush
> > # ifconfig vr0 up
> > # sh netstart vr0
> > When I "ifconfig vr0"
> > I see that the internet address, netmask, and the broadcas addres are
> > assigned.
> > then try to ping a machine
> > # ping any_IP
> > ping: sendto : no route to host
> > The above error message is received!
> > What should I do in order to connect to net after these steps? Is there
> > anything missing!?
> > PS: The same modem was used with two different machines before and it
> > properly.
> > Thanks....
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