CentOS in orange zone can't get internet connection
New here, but I think i've picked the right forum for my problem. And I did search around for quite a bit before posting :-)
I've installed CentOS 5.3 64bit on a virtual machine, for my orange zone in a IPcop LAN, and I'm not able to connect it to the Internet.
DNS is properly configured
I can ping another host on the same switch, as well as the gateway, but not external hosts.
The other virtual host, windows xp, is able to surf the web, but it cannot ping external hosts. I guess that's a security precaution in IPcop? But again - CentOS can't either surf the web nor ping external hosts.
Worth to mention is that IPcop is virtually installed on another computer, and its DHCP for the green zone works great. It feels like the problem lays within CentOS.
Does anyone recognize my problem? Appreciate everything that can lead to a solution!