Searching throughout the forum becomes rather tedious after a while, sooo....
How do I configure my box to start this service automatically at bootup? I can't seem to find the script that gives the command, but I'm not sure if that's what I have to do. FYI: I'm pretty sure inetd is runinng too, as other network services are running, but I don't see it when I run 'top'.
2. Getting outside of my LAN
Okay, so I think I setup my network configuration soundly. I'm runn a network here with a Microsoft router. My Linux box can connect to it successfully, and every other computer on the network successfully, too.
However, everything seems to stop when I try to go outside. I can't ping any outside sites or IPs. I cannot imagine the router's firewall blocking outside access to this machine. All my Windows boxes connect without a hitch, and the configuration of the router looks sound, as well.
I'm probably missing something obvious and simple, so go easy on me please.
Thank you in advance for the help!
P.S. This is a great forum you've got here, guys -- keep it up!