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DistroUbuntu Development Release Re: Yet another network/ wireless problem...... Just installed the game after along time. It is interesting that Workstation 2 can ping Server 1 - can you post a snippet of an Ethereal trace from Server 1 when Workstation 2 PINGs Server 1? Adv Reply January 11th, 2010 #9 USB_NL View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message A Carafe of Ubuntu Join Date May 2009 Location The Netherlands Beans 125 DistroUbuntu 9.10 Karmic

The machine is set to automatically fetch IPs; the DHCP on the modem and the router work just fine. Originally Posted by kpaddler I copied the command line down exactly, (I'm pretty sure, I tried it a few ways to make any way) and I only get "sudo: lshw: command Read full reviewSelected pagesTitle PageTable of ContentsContentsA NONLINEAR HISTORY OF RADIO 1 The Problem with Purely Linear Oscillators 610 5 A Catalog of Tuned Oscillators 635 7 LNA DESIGN 12 Other

Users viewing this topic: none Logged in as: Guest Tree Style Printable Version All Forums >> [ISA Server 2004 Firewall] >> Network Infrastructure >> Yet another Network behind a network Tom's bible and have read it. What do you reccomend??? Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

If I plug the router in, I have three; Hamachi, Router and Unidentified network. The Problem: A month ago, the connection started getting wonky; MSN would drop frequently, sites would time outintermittently. Originally Posted by kpaddler I only get "sudo: lshw: command not found"... Your cache administrator is webmaster.

BTW, please use the default text formatting in your posts, they won't get answered any faster using a large font. But ... - 24.Jan.2006 5:04:43 PM jvollman Posts: 12 Joined: 1.Apr.2005 Status: offline Clint, Just for giggles here is the ethereal packet log for the ping reply: This is LeeNo preview available - 1998The Design of CMOS Radio-Frequency Integrated CircuitsThomas H. among other things.

Products & Platforms Configuration - General Configuration - Security General General Guides and Articles Installation & Planning Miscellaneous Non-ISAserver.org Tutorials Product Reviews Publishing Authors Thomas Shinder Marc Grote Ricky M. So I can't verify that the Cisco router is configured correctly. dual-boot), so that you still have access to your Windows in case it all goes wrong. ISA Server 2004 does not support traffic redirection http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=888042 Admittedly, I didn't go into this scenario when I wrote the Network behind a Network article, but the error was causing so

Forum posting guidelinesMember:Not Canonical TeamUbuntu membership via Forums contributions Adv Reply January 4th, 2010 #3 kpaddler View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Jan http://popupjammer.com/yet-another/yet-another-problem.html Originally Posted by kpaddler I finnally took the plunge and installed Ubuntu on a lap-top that had windows Vista. Either use menu option View > Zoom, or try Ctrl++ (bigger), Ctrl+- (smaller) and Ctrl+0 (reset). home Forum iOS & Android Games Other Games ZENONIA 2: The Lost Memories Zenonia 2 (Yet another Network problem) Forum FAQ Calendar Community Albums Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read

I finnally took the plunge and installed Ubuntu on a lap-top that had windows Vista. Even so, with no static routes in server 1 why can the 192.168.30.0 network route itself correctly in and out of the 192.168.10.0 network but the 172 network can't? Learn More. (yet another) network setup problem Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by argh, Nov 30, 2005. http://popupjammer.com/yet-another/yet-another-xp-problem.html VirtualizationAdmin.com The essential Virtualization resource site for administrators.

The above command will create a text file called network.txt with all the details of your network devices, that you can copy to your Windows partition. John Post #: 1 Featured Links* RE: Yet another Network behind a network problem. Is it on my end or Gamevil?

Join Date Mar 2008 Beans 175 Yet another network problem - wired, this time Well, I can't get the connection working on my brothers machine.

My problem is that the laptop has a switch with an indicator light that lets the user turn on/off the wireless for the internet, networking, etc. But ... - 24.Jan.2006 8:33:30 PM jvollman Posts: 12 Joined: 1.Apr.2005 Status: offline Ha! OldeBill, Dec 3, 2005 #2 argh Network Guru Member Hi. Now what is supposed to happen is after traffic from either the 10.30 or 172 network access devices in the 10.0 network the gateway (ISA) is supposed to send out an

Why am I blaming Windows: No other machines in the homeexhibitthe same problem. When I try to ping to the gateway I get no response.On my windows OS (which works fine) I have the following configuration:Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection: Connection-specific DNS Suffix . Since I can't put static routes in all of my devices and I don't have a spare router laying around to do traffic control, I will have to hang a couple http://popupjammer.com/yet-another/yet-another-dvd-problem.html Results 1 to 9 of 9 Thread: Yet another network/ wireless problem......

Ubuntu Logo, Ubuntu and Canonical Canonical Ltd. If I was still using windows I'm pretty sure I could go into device manager and figure it out from there, but with Ubuntu, I'm lost. I do not remember if the router used to show up at the Devices and Printers window, but it sure does not show up there now. This is acting like an asymetrical routing problem but the setup for Workstation 2 is EXACTLY the same and it works great.

Adv Reply February 5th, 2009 #3 Calmatory View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Gee! LeeNo preview available - 2004View all »Common terms and phrasesamplifier amplitude antenna approximately assume audion band bandwidth baseband bias bondwire capacitance carrier cathode channel circuit CMOS coefficient compute conductance conductor coupling ifconfig -a does show eth0. * rmmodding ne2k_pci and then modprobing it again wont help. * Rebooting or changing the PCI slot wont help. * ne2k_pci is already loaded at boot. BTW I use a larger font because I am vision impaired, not because I am "shouting" or thinking I will get an answer sooner, if it makes you happy, I will

Our Vista Home x32 laptop enjoyed lots of time connected directly to the same router-modem setup, while sharing connection with all other machines, without any issues. Thats the purpose of the default gateway. The procedure to get the NIC working goes as follows: Code: add required rows to /etc/network/interfaces - "auto eth0" and "iface eth0 inet dhcp" modprobe ne2k_pci (if not loaded already) ifup to blacklist it # MODULES=() # Scan for LVM volume groups at startup, required if you use LVM USELVM="no" # # ----------------------------------------------------------------------- # NETWORKING # ----------------------------------------------------------------------- # HOSTNAME="chubasco" # # Use

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