Originally posted by raynet
I got the same problem. And also, the computer cannot get the IP from DHCP server(router).
So I cannot ping the router.
I don't know how to setup.
When you have two ethernet interfaces, DHCP will only set the default router for the first
one it finds. I had a similar problem with 9.2 on my laptop because I was using the WiFi (eth1) and not the wired (eth0) connection. DHCP was failing on eth0 and succeeding (at getting an address) on eth1, but since it had already made a request for eth0 it would not set the name server/router information on eth1. When I set it to bring up eth0 manually instead of at boot, it worked fine.