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Well on my way to getting my fedora server up and running, but recently ran into a snag. I thought everything was going great as I got apache and mysql and such running great. However, I just discovered that my Fedora box isn't seeing outside my house. I have a D-Link router connecting to my SBC-yahoo DSL line. I'm giving my fedora box a static IP on my internal network and then patching everything through the d-link firewall. So as I said, internally, things are going great. SSH, FTP, Apache, all work great. However, I just noticed that if I open up lynx on the fedora box and try to go to yahoo (by name or by ip), I get the message "connect: Network is unreachable". I get the same message if I try to ping an outside address. Pinging inside addresses and the router both work fine. But outside addresses are unreachable.
Ok, got some more information for ya'all. I just modified my ifconfg-eth0 file and changed it all to DHCP. Guess what? I can get right out now. So obviously something in my ifconfg-eth0 file was wrong. Here's what I had in it (hardware address is x'd out):