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I have just downloaded fedura2, my machine is a 2.8 P4 with a chaintech motherboard. I have 2 eithernet cards built-in the mother board. the RH10 sees both as eth0 and eth1, np there. My problem is I can't see the internet gateway. I have a amd3400 with xp pro as my internet gateway IP address 192.168.0.1. Standard stuff for XP. I can hit the internet with my Apple G3 laptop(10.2os), I can hit the internet with other windows machines, but I can't seem to get the Linux machine to play well with others. I have tried to use the command route without success. I have told my eth0 to use 192.168.0.1 as the gateway without success. I can see all the other computers on the network and ping them and they can see me. Please advise.
WOOT, Thanks guys (or ladies) got ti fixed. I figured out that my problem was DNS server was pointing at the wrong machine. When I did the
it told me that I was pointing to my Other XP machine, the gateway status said: