Trying to kill the keyboard, domlife(a)domlife.com produced:
2. Boot looks fine. named is started (although I am
not sure I set up
anything for that expllicitly, probably under 'portmap' daemon) 3.
eth0 is set up and works fine. 4. ppp0 is set up, both local and
remote IP are 0.0.0.0 5. local ping works fine (ovr the LAN segment
I think you can get by with /etc/hosts in your small network --- unless
you want to play and learn with a nameserver.
Now is the big one.
6. ping to an outside IP returns "Network is unreachable"
Log of /etc/suseppp/scripts/ppp-up <provider> returns no errors and
shoes 2 IPs assigned (local/remote). That is all I know.
You seem to have not set up the routes correctly. Someone must tell the
kernels where to ask if it's not on the local lan ... default route is
set up by pppd once the connection is there, but not for all the other
computers, only for the one pppd is connecting from on.
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