Subject: RE: problems configuring network interface
To: NetBSD <>
From: McLean Pickett <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 12/17/2004 14:59:14
Looks more like a missing default gateway.

Assuming is your router try adding
defaultroute=3D"" to your rc.conf file.


You have a typo in the third octet of your IP as previously suggested.


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Sent: Friday, December 17, 2004 2:05 PM
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Subject: Re: problems configuring network interface

On Fri, Dec 17, 2004 at 10:24:30AM -0800, Ezequiel Reyes wrote:
> Well, yes, it was a ex0, I found it by looking dmesg has de guide=20
> sugests, I configured the interface and the a ping to the server ip in

> my network worked, so far so good. Then I filled the /etc/hosts with=20
> the ip-alias for the server which is the DNS in my local network and
> in /etc/hosts:
> in rc.conf:
> auto_ifconfig=3Dyes
> ifconfig_ne0=3D"inet netmask"
> in resolv.conf:
> domain
> #the DNS server in my lan
> nameserver

You have two different IP addresses for the server, and  This might be the problem.=20


Ian P. Thomas

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