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Date:      Sat, 19 Jul 1997 17:08:48 -0400
From:      Greg Fichter <gfichter@bridgenet-is.com>
To:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   TCP/IP Network problems
Message-ID:  <721CD13301440400@mail.bridgenet-is.com>

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I have built a Free BSD 2.2.2 workstation.  I cannot seem to find the 
router.  I know that the ip addresses are correct, and I know the adapter 
is installed correctly because I can do a self ping (127.0.0.1).  I also 
see the kernel recognizing the network adapter when I boot.  Yet when I 
try to ping our router or anyone else on the network, I get an error 
saying network not reachable.  I have two Microsoft PC's sitting right 
next to it that can see the network fine (same hub, etc).    This is the 
first time I have networked a UNIX system, so I figure that there is 
something painfully obvious about what I am missing.  Any suggestions?

Sincerely,
Greg Fichter
gfichter@bridgenet-is.com




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