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CentOS 7 wireless

Posted on 2017-04-18
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I put centos 7 on a little zotac box that has 2 wired adapters, and 1 wireless.
On the wireless interface, I can see both 2.4, 5  of my local wireless router. I can see my cellular hotspot. I can enter network keys and for all appearances appear to connecting. However I have not been able to ping local or remote ips.
I have set the wireless ip staticly and set to dhcp.  if it sounds too weird or fubar, I can reinstall without any loss aside from time.
Any Ideas?
Tia
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Configure it and run "netstat-r".  Do you have a default route?  Can you ping yourself?
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Thanks Jan,
Almost as soon as finished typing I realized I had spent more time trying to figure it out than I had invested in the OS, installation included. That and I remembered it working when I first installed. SO I just reinstalled and it started working immediately.
Ill play with your suggestion a little bit later. Thanks for replying
Seaweed
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