On Wed, Feb 25, 2004 at 02:16:45AM -0700, RYAN vAN GINNEKEN wrote:


when i try to ping google.ca i get
cannot resolve google.ca :host name lookup failure

Can you ping a numeric ip address on the internet? If you can, it's a nameserver (/etc/resolv.conf) issue. If not, it's a networking problem.

doing an ifconfig i get no inet or subnet just the active status

I'm not aware how you could network without an ip address and subnet mask. What's the exact output of ifconfig? What is your /etc/rc.conf? Specifically, what lines are there of the form:

ifconfig_[interface name]="inet [ip address] netmask [subnet mask]"


defaultrouter="[router address]"

Have you tried using ifconfig to give an ip address to your interface(s)?


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