[CentOS] networking problem

Steve Brooks steveb at mcs.st-and.ac.uk
Thu Oct 7 06:04:00 EDT 2010


At a guess looks like your DNS is down, or like the Ben suggests no 
servers in your

/etc/resolve.conf


Steve

On Thu, 7 Oct 2010, Ben McGinnes wrote:

> On 7/10/10 6:20 PM, Smith Erick Marume-Bahizire wrote:
>> Hello
>>        Please I want help in centos server I can ping the gateway or
>> my eth1 ip address but i cant browse from my server could you help
>> me with the codes the codes that will enable network cause i've
>> already configure my iptables and it's showing me that everything is
>> ok. Please help Thank you.
>
> Okay, firstly, when asking for help with a new issue, it is best to
> start a new message rather than reply to a message on an unrelated
> topic.  Otherwise those of us using threaded mail clients (like Mutt
> or Thunderbird) might overlook the query.
>
> Secondly, we need a little detail about your current network
> configuration and what you have tried.
>
> Is it only browsing that is not working, or do other services not work
> either?
>
> Can you send through the output of:
>
> route -n
> cat /etc/resolv.conf
>
>
> Regards,
> Ben
>
>


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