Thanks for all your input. For now I am posting my rc.conf, but I will try your suggestions this evening when I come back from work.
If anyone needs additional details, please ask and I'll repost my initial cry for help. Eugen ### Console options keymap="us.iso" font8x8="NO" font8x14="NO" font8x16="NO" scrnmap="NO" keyrate="fast" cursor="blink" blanktime="900" saver="warp" ### Mouse daemon mousechar_start="NO" moused_enable="NO" moused_flags="" moused_port="/dev/sysmouse" moused_type="auto" ### IPv6 options ipv6_enable="NO" ifconfig_dc0="DHCP" ### PF firewall # pf_enable="YES" # Enable PF (load module if required) # pf_flags="" # additional flags for pfctl startup # pf_rules="/etc/pf.conf" # rules definition file for pf # pflog_enable="YES" # start pflogd(8) # pflog_flags="" # additional flags for pflogd startup # pflog_logfile="/var/log/pflog" # where pflogd should store the logfile ### Miscellaneous administrative options kern_securelevel="-1" # range: -1..3 ; `-1' is the most insecure kern_securelevel_enable="NO" # kernel security level (see init(8)), local_startup="/usr/local/etc/rc.d" clear_tmp_enable="YES" # Clear /tmp at startup. devfs_system_ruleset="devfsrules_local" # The name of a ruleset to apply to /dev dmesg_enable="YES" # Save dmesg(8) to /var/run/dmesg.boot update_motd="YES" # update version info in /etc/motd (or NO) virecover_enable="NO" # Perform housekeeping for the vi(1) editor usbd_enable="YES" usbd_enable="YES" # Run the usbd daemon. usbd_flags="" # Flags to usbd (if enabled). lpd_enable="YES" On Feb 5, 2008 11:15 PM, Kevin Kinsey <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > Eugen wrote: > > Are there really no experienced FreeBSD users who can help me > > with my "behind a router" problem ? Should I post it again ? > > Should I just give up using BSD altogether due to an unusable > > system? I would not like this idea, I was really starting to like it. > > > > Respectfully, > > Eugen > > Hello. I'm sorry to hear you're having trouble. > > Have you attempted static assignment to another address, such as > 192.168.1.38 (something not 33, but within your "pool")? > > # ifconfig dc0 down > # ifconfig dc0 inet 192.168.1.38 netmask 255.255.255.0 > # ping 192.168.1.1 > > What does `arp -a` say? Does ping work if you call it with > `ping -I dc0 192.168.1.1`? What does `traceroute 192.168.1.1` > give you? And, I've only seen output for the one interface > (maybe I overlooked something in your posts), what is the > output of "ifconfig -a" --- is there some other interface > that could be causing route problems and therefore "network > unreachable" from ping(8)? > > It does seem rather odd, so I wonder if there's something we > are all overlooking. Since no one but you is there, we can't > tell you what it is, but only guess. Maybe something > above will give us all a clue :-) > > Also respectfully, ;-) > > Kevin Kinsey > -- > Conscience doth make cowards of us all. > -- Shakespeare > _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"