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Weeks of frustration with FC4 install issues, tried SuSE9.3 and it went straight on without a hitch. Trying to configure a Belkin ADSL modem/wireless router on PC#1 for internet connectivity (the next stage is a home wireless LAN, but I fancy that’s a way off yet).
I can now access the Belkin Management Console, but cannot connect to the outside world.
I have the correct username, password and settings for my ISP (Wanadoo UK), & on the Belkin Management Console, once my details are entered, I get the status: connected. Looking at the status screen, I have the following test function/results:
OK, so you suggest I remove the searchsite line?
And when I speak to my ISP, it's the nameserver address I'm asking for and not DNS? (The reason I want to be clear is that I have the DNS settings already) That number doesn't relate to my default gateway at all then (192.168.2.1)?
class A 10 x.x.x
class B 172.?.x..x
class C 192.168.x.x
are special ip-addresses which are not be routed inside the net.Everybody can use them inside his
provide network without any trouble. Your gateway should have second ip-adress which speaks
to the world. Every ip-package which is not a part of you lan (local area network) will be send to your
to your default gateway. The gateway masquerade your IP-Package (that means it exchange your local
IP-Address with a valid address which you get from your provider). This address you will get from
DNS and or DHCP and it valid during your complete session. After you restart your System the IP-address could be the same but normally it not the same.