lan debugging question
serge at rohan.sdsu.edu
Sat Jan 5 10:44:01 PST 2002
On Fri, Jan 04, 2002 at 04:17:27PM -0800, DJA wrote:
> To be annoying rather than redundant, I'll comment that it still looks
> like your routing tables are wrong.
the problem is annoying, any help, pointers, criticism are all well
last night i took your suggestion on-board and, with your brother's
posts, looked at the routing tables - comparing my setup to his. i tried
tweaking these, but no dice. i'm still not convinced it is not a routing
this morning, to check my hypothesis that it may not be routing, but
rather a module-card problem, i swapped the positions of the cards in
the box, reorderd the loading of the modules to match, and rebooted.
this time, eth0 (now it is the netgear card) failed to get configured
(i.e., dhcp assignment doesn't happen), while eth1 (now the 3com card)
got configured . however, i still can't get this box talking to the lan
through eth1 in this setup.
if i swap the cards back to their original slots, reorder the modules,
then both of the interfaces show up in ifconfig, and eth0 negotiates the
dhcp assignment. but again, eth1 can't reach the lan, or vice-versa.
Sergio J. Rey http://typhoon.sdsu.edu/rey.html
Send lawyers, guns and money.
- Warren Zevon
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