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pahnin sd 03-17-2011 01:23 PM

Ethernet connect problem
 
I am using debian 6.0
My wifi is working fine but I couldn't use lan on my laptop..
It shows in gnome panel that, wired networks is not managed .. I have searched on internet but I could nt find gud solution.


Please help me...

Philippe LeCavalier 03-17-2011 01:29 PM

Ethernet connect problem
 
Excerpts from pahnin sd's message of Thu Mar 17 10:23:37 -0400 2011:
> I am using debian 6.0
> My wifi is working fine but I couldn't use lan on my laptop..
> It shows in gnome panel that, wired networks is not managed .. I have
> searched on internet but I could nt find gud solution.
> Please help me...

What do lspci and ifconfig show? dmesg | grep eth could also help us
help you.
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Jonas Andradas 03-17-2011 01:37 PM

Ethernet connect problem
 
On Thu, Mar 17, 2011 at 15:23, pahnin sd <pahninsd@gmail.com> wrote:


I am using debian 6.0
My wifi is working fine but I couldn't use lan on my laptop..
It shows in gnome panel that, wired networks is not managed .. I have searched on internet but I could nt find gud solution.




Please help me...


Hello,

you could check if in the file /etc/network/interfaces you have a line defining your wired ethernet card, such as:* "allow-hotplug eth0" or "auto eth0". You also might have the device configured, with lines such as:



iface eth0 inet static
*** address 192.168.1.1
*** netmask 255.255.255.0
*** gateway 192.168.1.100

or

iface eth0 inet dhcp


If you have any of these, you should comment them out by prepending each line with a "#" and then restart the network-manager service (/etc/init.d/network-manager restart).



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