On 08/31/2003 06:55 AM, Alfredo Cole wrote:
Using SuSE 8.2 Pro.
I just installed a CableFree access point and a PCMCIA card to my notebook.
The access point is connected to my network's switch, and setting this
hardware took less than 10 minutes. I can ping my server, and I can connect
to the exported NFS the server has. I can transfer files back and forth.
Sounds like your wireless connection is working.
All the boxes that are using a cable can connect to the
Internet. Even my
notebook, using a cable, can connect to the Internet. If I open a terminal
window, and issue "dig clshonduras.com" I will get the information on that
site. But if I try to browse the web with Konqueror or Mozilla, I get a
"cannot connect to http://www.clshonduras.com"
or any other site. If I try to
ping a site on the internet, I get a "Network Unreachable" message. Could
somebody tell me what else I need to do?
Sounds like the wireless access point is not being masqueraded. Check
the server firewall. I think your 8.2 client is working properly, but
your access point has a different IP, maybe it is outside the range to
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