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What is wrong with my Intel EtherExpress 10 ISA?

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My Intel EtherExpress 10 ISA can't ping other host,but can ping myself(203.93.7.33), use ifconfig command , it seems OK. After I change the DEC's ethernet card, the problem is still there. I think it is relate to the other configure, why? and what can I do?

I use SLACKWARE 3.2

Thanks, and sorry my poor English.
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Sounds that you have a routing problem. Check your routing table with:
   netstat -rn
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Please tell me how to configure route , and please tell me in detail.

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You need at least a route to you local net:

    route add -net 203.93.7.0 gw 203.93.7.33 metric 1

And if not already there a default route:

    route add default gw 203.93.7.xxx

where  xxx  is the IP number of your gateway to other IP nets.

If this still won't work, please send me the output of

    netstat -rn

Ciao
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Oh thank you for your reply.
But when I change to the 3COM ethernet card, everything is OK without modify any other configure(recompile the kernel to support 3COM card, of course.)
so I think that it is relate to the Intel card itself.
How can I get the newest version Intel driver for Linux.
Thank you very much!
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> How can I get the newest version Intel driver for Linux.

I don't know. If you know the source file, you may use archie to find a newer one. Otherwise search the web.
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Thanks and good bye.

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