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Network Problem with my SG Indy

Posted on 1997-11-15
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I installed my SG Indy (Irix 5.3) and till now it's running like
 should be.
 
 The Indy is connected to our Lan Network.
 I can ping to every computer and also to our gateway.
 But when I try to ping outside our Lan  it shows the IP address and  then it stops.
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 Indy 23# ping euronet.nl
 PING euronet.nl (194.134.0.67): 56data bytes
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Netstat -nr shows the right table...
What to do?
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It locks like your gateway isn't entered correctly. On my SGI look in the directory /etc/init.d in the file natwork.local. There you should find the number of your gateway.
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But when I type: route add default (gateway) ec0, it should work... but it doesn't...

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