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I'm a newbie to Linux and am unable to ping my router on my network on a fresh install of Fedora 1. Can someone help.

Thanks.
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by:owensleftfoot
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You will have to provide more info than that. What network card do you have? Does eth0 come up without any errors? Do you use a static ip address or dhcp? What ip address does your router have? What error mesage do you get when you try and ping it?
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by:ampapa
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Sorry I wasn't sure what you would like to see.

3-Com 3c905
Static IP 192.168.1.111
Router Ip 192.168.1.10

"Does eth0 come up without any errors"

If you refering to the boot process then no error is seen.

The error I get when pinging is "Destination host unreachable"
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by:ampapa
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I found the problem. It's a known bug.

http://fedora.artoo.net/faq/#3c905
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