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Setup Linux 7.0 but Client can not see it

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Dear Expert ;

 I setup Linux 7.0 already. Everything is Active such as Card Lan , VGA card. But it still don't link. I mean that all client can not see linux server and they can not ping to Linux server

Please answer me for some suggestion and answer about cause.
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I'm assuming you can ping from one client to the other.
can you ping anyone from the box?
you said lan card is active, do "ifconfig eth0" or eth1 depending on your system and post what it says.  
look at your /etc/resolv.conf and make sure you do go through your dns, server before seaching a domain, if you are using a dns.
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Excuse me, I know already
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thank you moondancer.  I really didn't know what to do when I saw "excuse me , I know".
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