I just wanted to let you know that ever since I have been messing around with the wireless card, my eth0 is refusing to work properly. whenever eth0 is up now, I CANNOT RESOLVE ANY HOSTNAMES!!!!!!!!! if eth0 is down then I can dial up and resolve hostnames without a problem, but if eth0 is up, then I cannot resolve any hostnames and thus cannot connect to any sites.
What gives? I changed everything in my /etc/sysconfig/network/ifcfg-eth0 back to the way it was before, and I completely got rid of the wireless card in yast, and then I reconfigured the eth0 in yast back to default dhcp , the way it was when it worked. But nothing seems to work. I can configure the eth0 interface perfectly with ifconfig but after I do that then I cant ping anything or resolve any hostnames. As soon as eth0 goes down then everything is back to normal, I can ping everything, resolve hostnames etc... with ppp0 using wvdial.
What do you think it is? Any help would be greatly apreciated, because I absolutely need my eth0.
One more thing worth noting is that the router I have is setup for dhcp and eth0 accepts an ip address of 192.168.123.102 every time it boots. But like I said before I have to physically unplug my ethernet port and bring eth0 down before I can resolve any hostnames or ping anything. Thanks for the help ,