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Re: [opensuse] No network of leap 42.3
  • From: Per Jessen <per@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 09 Oct 2017 13:03:58 +0200
  • Message-id: <orfl2u$irg$>
Freek de Kruijf wrote:

Op maandag 9 oktober 2017 07:42:30 CEST schreef Per Jessen:
Dave Smith wrote:
I recently installed 42.3 on a second computer. This computer has
disks. One disk for Leap 42.3 and the other for Windows 10. The
install went very smooth (as usual) and I use grub to boot into my
disks. I was able to update 42.3 and noticed no issues. Today I
to use the machine and discovered I have no internet. Ifconfig
I have no address assigned via dhcp. To eliminate a hardware issue
booted into Windows. Windows had internet connectivity. The
motherboard is an ASRock H97 Pro4 which uses the Intel gigabyte
ethernet chip, the same one used by the machine I am typing from
now (leap 42.2).

I then switched to a static ip to see if it is a dhcp issue. I
YAST to configure the static ip. Using wicked I was able to start
stop the network successfully. Ifconfig showed my static ip
assigned to eth0. Still no internet. lsmod shows e1000e is

To have internet, you need a default route - with the static config,
can you ping the router or any other machine on your network?

My system consists of a NETGEAR ProSafe™ Gigabit 8 Port VPN
FVS318G router attached to a cable modem. All devices are plugged
into the router which assigns ip addresses via dhcp during boot. I
have the two computers, a ps3, and a cisco wifi plugged into the
router. All are visible to the router and have internet access.
On the machine in question when I boot into windows the router
shows the
computer and assigned ip address(dhcp). When I boot into 42.3
nothing shows up on the router, dhcp or static ip.

That sounds like a config problem on your Leap423. Maybe post the
config here. /etc/sysconfig/network/ifcfg-eth0 ?

When you configure a static IP address, you also need to define the
route and the DNS servers in YaST.

Yes, that's why I asked about it above, but it seems more important to
figure out why dhcp isn't working.

Per Jessen, Zürich (14.0°C) - free dynamic DNS, made in Switzerland.

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