Andrei Popescu <email@example.com> writes:
> On Lu, 05 iul 10, 13:07:51, Paul Chany wrote:
>> I have loaded kernel modules for USB-Ethernet card:
>> lsmod gives me the following:
>> cdc_ether 4672 0
>> usbnet 14024 1 cdc_ether
>> I run resolvconf to setup nameservers:
>> # cat file_with_nameservers | resolvconf -a eth0
>> so after this command abowe I get the file:
>> with nameservers.
> resolvconf is not meant to be used "by hand", you have to add
> nameservers 188.8.131.52
> or whatever to /etc/network/interfaces
> Note: "nameservers" (ending with s) is not a typo, because you can
> specify several nameservers (three?) separated by spaces
Aha, so here goes nameservers definitions on Debian Lenny?
I remember on Debian Etch I used for this /etc/resolv.conf file.
So the form is:
nameservers 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168 ??
>> Still I can't reach the Internet:
>> ping www.google.com
> Can you ping outside addresses (for example the nameserver itself) by
> Please also show the output of 'ifconfig -a' after loading the modules
I can't to paste here the exact ouput of 'ifconfig -a' command but have
the following interfaces: lo, eth0 & eth1. I use another PC Box to mail
here for help.
So I find the cause of my problem, I think! eth1 is the usb-ethernet
device and not eth0. eth0 is there because I used it when I installed on
this PC Box the present Debian Lenny system, but through an Ethernet
card. But now I want to configure this Box through USB port of a Cable
modem, so that's why is there the eth1 interface.
So, when I give today morning the MAC address to my ISP, I give the
Ethernet card MAC address, instead of the USB-Ethernet aka eth1 MAC
address to associate it with my new static, public IP address!
I will correct this soon as possyble (here was a storm and my ISP is
You can freely correct my English.
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