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Old 2nd May 2015
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Default No Route to Host

I have just installed FreeBSD-10.1-RELEASE-amd64-dvd1.iso on a fresh platform. All seemed to progress smoothly, except the system cannot rout to anything on the WAN. I can ping the local host (, the static IP of the host name, the gateway address, and other devices on the local switch (a DSL router with four ports).

All info displayed via ifconfig and netstat appear normal; rc.conf is as installed mostly "right out of the box".

No firewall in play; no intermediate LAN router, etc. My previous experience installing versions of FreeBSD have not encountered this problem (Other server platforms are working well). For my eyes, I cannot see what is wrong. Suggestions?
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