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So I have a server that is running Citrix Xenserver 5.5, I installed CentOS 5.4 as a VM on the Xenserver, everything seems to have gone well on the install of the OS, but I have no internet connection.

The Xenserver has an internal address of 172.xx.yy.10 the VM has an internal ip of 172.xx.yy.11

The server goes into a Cisco 3750 catalyst w/ VLANs, to a PIX 515e firewall, to a Cisco 2950 switch (layer 2), finally to a DSL modem.

If I plug a computer directly into the 3750 I have an internet connection off of one of my windows machines...

I'm relatively new to Linux and feel like I am blindly poking around. Any help would be appreciated.
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type route at a command/terminal prompt to see what the default gateway is.

You may need to change this, or set it up.

have a look here:

http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/howto-rhel-fedora-linux-setup-default-gateway/
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The gateway was not properly set, the link provided showed the way...
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