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Old 09-28-2003, 02:03 PM   #1
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Question Router Disconnecting

Hello LQ, this is my problem.

I have a network in my house, using a Linksys BEFSR81, with 3 computers. One is a webserver (running linux of course (redhat9)), The second is running Windows, And the last one (the cause of the problem) is running Red Hat Linux 9... (My personal computer)

When I turn on my personal computer (with redhat 9 on it), my router disconnects from the PPPoE server and trys to connect to our ISP again...after a while it gives up and I end up unplugging it and plugging it back in...(I do not have a static IP, which adds up more down-time).

I narrowed down the problem to my redhat computer and I have tried changing the network configuration....but I can't seem to get it to work... I have tried: Setting eth0 to be a static LAN IP, checked "Automatically get DNS via DCHP", and "Bind to MAC address", and different combinations....and nothing seems work....does have any suggestions?

Thanks in advance,



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