El 13/7/20 a las 0:50, Kay Schenk escribió: >> With your current setup in mind, do you know the modem internal >> IP? With that, set your computer's IP to be in the same network, >> verify the default route, and see if you can reach out to the modem. >> > I did this with a new network profile and activated it, but no good. I need > some info/tools on examining my "network" I think. > > >> Personally I would have the router between the two, but that is >> changing the problem instead of helping you fix yours. >> > Actually the router WAS between the modem and my desktop until I took > things apart and the router Was not part of the equation. I wanted to > verify the setup I had with JUST the modem, but I am at a loss on how to > get CentOS7 to access a "local" url on the same local network without > getting the "no network" business. > > Thank you for your suggestions. > > Regards, > Kay > As Mauricio said you must be in the same network that the DSL modem: Some considerations: I assume this is an Ethernet one and not USB one, right? Which IP are you trying to access? What is the computer IP and netmask? Did you tried to connect the MODEM directly to computer and set the IP to DHCP? Then look the IP you got and the gateway ( ip address show | grep -i "inet\ " **OR** ifconfig |grep -i "inet\ " ) and the default gateway ( ip route show | grep -i default ) The "usual" would be you try to access the MODEM in your gateway address, but may be other. The maker and model of MODEM would be great Good luck Best!