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Can not ping static ip of Centos OS box

Posted on 2011-02-24
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Here is my issue. I have a non active bran new box.
All of a suddent I was unable to ping it.
I ended up having to console the box and when I did noticed this on the screen

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by:woolnoir
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is the ethernet interface up? does it have a valid IP ?
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by:sobeservices2
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I think so I don't know what happen it worked fine
now its consoled
When I reboot I got this

Firewall TCP_OUT Blocked* in = Out=eth0 and my static ip of the server

HELP HELP
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by:namol
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You wouldn't by chance happen to run cpanel on this machine do you?
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by:sobeservices2
ID: 34973322
yes
and CSF firewall
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by:sobeservices2
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I can't even ping out
but I can ping 0.0.0.0

THis is strange bran new box was working the poof
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by:namol
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Has CPanel been upgraded recently or anything of that nature? How many copies of mrtg are running?
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sobeservices2 earned 0 total points
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ok I finally after all day researching and working on it that it was a cable issue .
Well not the physical cable per say. But the punch down part. One of the pins was loose. Instead of registering the full 8 pins only 7 were registering . That's why my pings were off when I would ping in and out. Sometimes they were registering sometimes they were not
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by:WizRd-Linux
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You have an MRTG issue in the screenshot and then you talk about an issue with pinging.  It appears the problem is fixed so assign points or request a refund.

If your still having an issue with MRTG let us know.
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by:sobeservices2
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I solved my issue it had nothing to do with mtg at all. It was internal
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