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I did configure eth0 and tried to ping my gateway. is not working.
I checked the routing table and is shows eth0 is configured with default gateway.

can some one advise how to fix this.
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by:Kerem ERSOY
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Hi,

Can you please send the output for

netstat -rn

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and the contents of your
/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0

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Cheers,
K
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by:jools
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you certainly need to post your network configuration.

add to the above
ifconfig -a

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as well as the ip address of the router you are trying to ping.
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by:ittechlab
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Its VM machine which i am having hard time copying the output. I can't access using ssh. Internal network.
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by:jools
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Screen print?
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by:rindi
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If it's a VM, what product are you using? With many products you must make sure you are using the network in "bridge" or "NAT" mode, not "host-only" mode. Also, most of them require you to install something like "VMWare Tools", or "VirtualBox Add-ons", or "Integration features" inside your VM to get full functionality and speed.
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by:Kerem ERSOY
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Its VM machine which i am having hard time copying the output.

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The output that I've requested should not generate more than a few lines code. You might as well get some screen capture and attach here too.

You can try to start ssh service while connected through your VM consele.
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i fixed the issue. I had to add the default route manually.
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by:ittechlab
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I did fix my self.
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