On Fri, 2004-06-25 at 20:23, sd sdfg wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm a newbie and please excuse for my poor language.
> I have FreeBSD 4.9 and my computer is in LAN with other people. 
> One of our friends is the host of the internet. I have all the data 
> required to connect to the internet, but I do not know how. My 
> network interface card is correctly installed, I can ping the 
> IPs in the LAN. But when I try to access some web adress with 
> the web browser Konqueror, I fail.
> Can you please tell what should I set up in order to have internet 
> or give me some link that may be helpful. I've searched in tha handbook, but 
> couldn't find.
> Thank you!

you are most probably missing one or more of the following:

- Nameserver (set it up in /etc/resolv.conf, see man resolv.conf)
- Default Gateway (set it up using route add default <gateway-ip>, see
man route)
- Proxy (your friend may should have told you so then)


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