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Old 31st March 2013
munchiez munchiez is offline
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Default Manually Configuring an IP Address problem

Hi, I'm trying to configure my wireless interface manually without dhclient. I tried searching around but cant seem to find the right steps. So far i have tried

sudo ifconfig urtw0 inet [ipaddress] netmask [netmask] up
ifconfig shows my status is active, but nothing works in the browser.
the ip address and netmask i use are the ones last used so they are right. What other steps am i missing?

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