Ubuntu Networking :: Configuring The Network Interface Via Dhcp - Network Messages - Code: 00 55 89 E5 0f 1f 44 00 00 Fa 5d C3 90 8d 74 26
Apr 7, 2011
I am totally new to Linux and have just installed ubuntu 10.10. After configuring the network interface via dhcp I started getting these messages that come in so frequently I can't configure anything else.
Why I am getting this messages and more importantly how do I get rid of them.
I am trying to configure my IPv6 network. My computers are behind a Fedora gateway IPv6-configured, which is working great. But for computers inside my network, it seems I am getting only internal addresses from DHCP. Here is my ifconfig for an internal computer:
I configure my server just like on the link found in novell i hope some can help me here. my client is able to recieve DHCP address and everything is working fine on the network how ever my client cannot pullup any website, but my server is able to pullup whats wrong on this one.
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today I tried to configure a network route to a host for testing my network interface. Code: route add 192.168.1.15 eth0 As I have to eth interfaces and both interface got their IP from DHCP (192.168.1.11 and 192.168.1.12) and are in the same subnet, I shut the other interface down:
Code: ifconfig eth1 down Then I tried to test the interface by doing a ping to 192.168.1.15. Problem: When I unplug the cable from eth0 (and eth1 is still plugged) the ping still works. Somehow my linux (it's debian) powers up again eth0 and pings over this port.
How can I stop my linux doing this. I just want to have the route added only on the one interface - not the other. Is it maybe some case of a default-gateway?
After an online upgrade from f11 to f13, on rebooting the setup attempts to configure the wireless connection and fails with a not very illuminating "error configuring your network interface" notice, offering no option but to go back and try again, which of course fails again with the same error.
Wireless card is a D-link that works fine with the ath5k driver in f11.
how I can get out of this vicious cycle and proceed with booting the upgrade?
I just had an ATT Uverse RG installed. However my Smoothwall router that previously worked fine with the ADSL SpeedStream is no longer accepting an address assignment DHCP ip address from this new gateway. (3800HGV-B)Any thoughts ideas or experience working with this hardware? ATT only supports Windows and Mac
I recently purchased a Dell Vostro v130 which came with Win 7 pre-loaded. I've been using it for a few weeks with no problems, but now I'd like to install ubuntu studio. I made it through the the partitioning part but now I'm getting a networking error: "Network autoconfiguration failed. Your network is probably not using the DHCP protocol. Alternatively, the DHCP server may be slow or some network hardware is not working properly."
I've been using the wireless connection in win 7 without any problem so I don't know why I'm having a problem now.
I've installed the Ubuntu 10.04 Server onto a PPC G4 Mac just for the experience of setting up a server. During the installation process Ubuntu couldn't auto-configure my DHCP Network. I'm using the airport card on a wireless network. How can I manually configure the network once Ubuntu is installed.
I just installed suse on this computer, and am wanting to allow other computers to store files on it as a file server. I was reading the online manual and in the personal file preferences, it shows an option to enable 'share public files over network'. The problem is I don't see that option when I open up file preferences. All I see is an option to allow sharing using bluetooth, nothing about sharing over the network. When I look in the network I can see the computer running suse, but when I try to connect to it, it says 'unable to mount drive: connection refused by server.'
entries for connecting to broadband. Was OK with ubuntu 8.04 which had boxes for DNS server, etc. The 10.04 asks for MAC address (?) and there is a space for "DHCP client ID". I don't understand these terms. how I may proceed, especially exact syntax for any command line work. I am in Chennai/Madras, and have a BSNL wired broadband connection to my Dell laptop.
"Need help with entries for connecting to broadband. Was OK with ubuntu 8.04 which had boxes for DNS server, etc. The 10.04 asks for MAC address (?) and there is a space for "DHCP client ID". I don't understand these terms. I will appreciate some step-by-step instruction or example of how I may proceed, especially exact syntax for any command line work. I am in Chennai/Madras, and have a BSNL wired broadband connection to my Dell laptop." I have repeated what I tried in the ubuntu forum without success. I'm really in newbie category, and not comfortable with computer or internet jargon. I can still connect with ubuntu 8.04 and firefox, just once daily. In a later post I also added: In Ubuntu 8.04 there was a system> admin> network tab (missing in 10.04). In the connections tab "wired" was checked. The general tab had my computer name (tsq-laptop) for host, and a blank box for domain name. The DNS tab had 192.168.1.1 in the servers box (presumably my service provider BSNL), and nothing in search domains. The hosts tab had a list of IP addresses and aliases, the first few being:
127.0.0.1 - local host 127.0.1.1 - tsq-laptop ::1 - ip6 local host ip6 loopback fe00:: - ip6 localnet, .... (and a few more such I think most (or all) of these entries were generated automatically by the system, since I don't understand the jargon at all! I don't recall having any difficulties then, some two years back.Before that I had major problems in using the internal modem for a dial-up connection, but got detailed help by e-mail/internet from some really knowledgeable people in Europe and elsewhere regarding linmodem configuration, which I followed blindly and it worked! In 10.04 there is only the taskbar icon to edit settings, and it has a different structure. It asks for MAC address (example 00.11.22.33.44.55). Other info required is IPv4 settings, DHCP client ID, about routers and other stuff. There may be other system settings to be made, which I can try with proper guidance. The ubuntu help page gives very sketchy information, and the images are not clear at all. No response to that till second day. Subsequently: In the 'wired' tab the 'routes' button popped a table where I entered address as 127.0.0.1, and netmask as 255.0.0.0, leaving gateway and metric blank. This is all geek stuff for me - I'm an old-fashioned engineer from the slide-rule era!
Should all this have been in the newbie forum? Thanks, =TeeSquare=
Why trying to avoid ranting about my Linksys router, I'll try and keep things short. I have a Linksys router in which the default firmware was terrible and would not correctly renew its DHCP lease. After getting feed up with that I flashed dd-wrt on the router and now it works better but randomly DNS queries would stop being resolved. To rule out the chances that it is my ISPs DNS servers I switched my DNS to openDNS, same problem happens (although I have to admit openDNS is a lot better than what my ISP has).
Anyways I'm about feed up with it and about an inch away from drop kicking the thing out my window. To avoid that I figured I will give it one more change and instead of using my Linksys as my network gateway I'll move all of that to my home server, and make the Linksys just an wireless AP. Besides setting up DHCP, DNS, and iptables on the server is there anything else I will need to know and setup on the server to make this work?
Side note anyone using openSUSE for DHCP know if setting up reserved IPs for certain MAC address is possible?
I using ubuntu 9.04. It was connected to the network with the manual IP Settings. Now the server settings have changed and we are supposed to move to Auto Assign IP (DHCP). All the windows machines are working fine, those are connected to network and using internet. But the ubuntu machine is not getting connected. Is there any any additional setting required for DHCP?
I have a RHEL 4 server delivering long messages to several RHEL 4 clients. They work fine.I am trying a RHEL 5 client running the same client application as the RHEL 4 clients. The RHEL 5 client looses most messages. have tried with two other clients running CentOS 5 with similar results. The server indicates write failure or blocked. The messages are typically 50 kilobytes. I have changed many parameters in sysctl.conf Has anyone encountered similar problems?
My DNS server is baring 192 series IP for ex: 192.168.10.100, need to configureloadbalancer IP in that DNS server, where loadbalancer is baring 172 series IP. for ex : 220.127.116.11.is it possible to cofigure the loadbalancer ip in DNS server? if it is, please let me know the configuration details and procedure.
Config: Squeeze, 2.6.32-5-amd64I just installed squeeze and the network is up and nm-manager deamon if working but the Gnome applet doesn't seem to work as usual. It indicates no network although the network is available as indicated by ifconfig and route below. When I switch WiFi on, the nm works flawlessly. When I click on the applet icon it says "Wired Network: device not supported" (or similar, msg in french is
Last night while setting up wired & wireless connection in openSuse 11.2 Gnome version via YAST's ifup, I got wireless but lost wired connection (interface eth0). Dmesg shows that eth0 became eth1. I cannot get eth0 back. Is there any way to remedy this situation, eg. get info from the Ubuntu partition in my triple-boot laptop, without having to re-install openSUSE?
Does anyone havea good tutorial on Fedora's network scripts, how to edit them, in what order they are called, etc. What I want to do seems simple, but something in the bootup keeps changing it. Right now, I have an image of Fedora Core 7 created in a server with 2 Ethernet cards. I need to specify static IP addresses for each card. Thats simple, and I did that. Now, heres the tricky part, I need to be able to clone this image and place it onto other exact duplicates of the hardware, and have all of the settings stay the same.
What happens here, is that eth0 and eth1 are stored somewhere as devices, and upon boot on a different machine, the Fedora will mount new network cards(different MAC addresses) as eth1 and eth2. It then mvoes my ifcfg-eth0/1 to a backup, and creates two brand new network setting's files, which initialize to DHCP. This creates an issue, becuase these machines do not have monitors nor keyboards attached, nor is their a DHCP server, so its a pain when I swap the machine out, to have to go in with a keyboard/mouse/monitor and reconfigure the network settings before I can connect to it over the LAN.
So does anyone have any advice on how to do this? No matter what i tried, booting the image in a new PC caused Fedora to create two new devices and create brand new network settigns for them, both initialized to DHCP. Hell, I wouldn't care if it created brand new devices, if it would initialize them to static IP addresses that I am expecting.
First off I would like to install a GUI for samba. After that I want to set up my network so that router stays as the server for the network I have four windows computers already hanging off of the router. This machine which has Slackware on it is hardwired, directly connected, to the router via cat-5 cables. I have samba installed already and I just need to configure it correctly.
I have a laptop connected to the the net thru an adsl modem, when I switch off the laptop network interface,(thru system-config-network) the light of the laptop network card plugged in the router stays on ( green) where as in my pc, when i do the same thing , the light of my pc network card goes off in the modem
I have got DHCP issues with Network Manager. Whenever I try to connect using static IP it works, but when I use use Netowork Manager with DHCP, it seems to try to connect and soon says "Network Disconnected"..I've managed to connect to wlan and eth using network, so there shouldn't be any hardware/driver issue.
My router is a DHCP Server.My Access Point is a DHCP Server.I'm wondering if it is really necessary and usefull.Is it possible to get an IP from the Router through the Access Point.For exemple I connect my laptop to the wifi Access Point and the IP is given by the router only.
Using debain 5.0.4 with webmin 1.500 and dhcp3.i have two subnets (192.168.1.0 & 192.168.2.0)at home. The debain dhcp server has 1 NIC using eth0 and eth0:1 (virtual).
I have configured the dhcpd.conf file using webmin, with a shared network, given the two subents are on the same physical network. each subnet has a pool of about 20 addresses.Problem is that when a host boots up which is under the 192.168.2.0 subnet (using its MAC add - no fixed ip assignment), it gets the associated DNS and gateway ip addresses for this subnet, however, the ip address is assigned from the 192.168.1.0 address pool.
I have checked the net extensivly finding all sorts of discussions and solutions. My problem occurs in the same manner irrespective of whether i connect a host direct to the dhcp server or via a (netgear) switch! Please can someone advise on what settings i might be missing, or do i need to set up DNS/DDNS and/or a firewall/router before this works properly?
Box 1: older Asus A7N8X-E deluxe w/onboard ethernet using dhcp Box 2: new Asus M4A785-M Micro ATX w/onboard gigabit ethernet using dhcp Laptop: Dell Studio 1745 w/Intel 5100 a/b/g wireless Router: Linksys WRT54G set as dhcp server
Both windows boxes are set for workgroup "home"Laptop is "laptop.home"They can all connect outside to the internet but don't seem able to see each other, not even to ping each other.