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Date:      Sun, 29 Dec 2002 12:00:42 -0600
From:      "Gene Bomgardner" <Gene@bomgardner.net>
To:        freeBSD-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   No route to host
Message-ID:  <3E0EE3EA.4845.19B4ED9C@localhost>

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Hi - hope someone can help - 

I've got 4.6 up on a laptop. With the Generic kernel all is well with 
networking. I then recompiled the kernel. the only changes made to 
the GENERIC file was the addition of the ipfw stuff (including 
default_to_accept) and the netgraph definitions. All compiled and 
installed without a hitch. However, any attempt to access the 
network (telnet, ping, whatever) results in "No route to host". Even 
when trying to ping 127.0.0.1 Booting the original kernel back up 
restores networking. I get the feeling I've missed something. Any 
ideas? 

Thanks.

God's Blessings,
Gene

To everything there is a season, and a time to every 
purpose under heaven.    Ecl 3:1 - 
and more recently, The Byrds


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