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Old 1st August 2009
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Default Problem Network (3.1, 4, 5)

Hello,

I've a bigproblem with the network (Realtek8139) : just after installation, Utility, Configure network, the acces to the Internet (and in the router) is OK.
I've done manys ping on some websites successufully. An "ifconfig rtk0" "displays the informations of the 8139 with inet adress as 192.168.2.x, mask 0XFFFFFF00.
At the next boot, the network does not run, and ifconfig rtk0, the inet adrss is missing.
In this las context, dmesg|less displays some informations, such IRQ11 (the same in the BIOS).
I've created :

/etc/mygate who contains 192.168.2.1

In /etc//rc.conf, I've writed a line :

auto_ifconfig=YES

Any host are not recognized, such the gateway (here the router Siemens SE 505).
Please, if you have ideas or shared same experiences, help me.
Thanks,


ahlsner
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