Re: Not pinging

Joey Echeverria (fwiffo@home.com)
Wed, 08 Dec 1999 21:27:12 -0500


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Neither computer is connected to the uplink and the lights don't seem to
blink.

-Joey

Tony Mai wrote:

> Make sure you're not connecting to the up-link port of the hub. Some
> hub will allow you to use the uplink port as a regular port with a
> switch. When you tried to ping the each other, did you see the light
> went blinking on the port(s) at the hub? Good li --- Joey
> Echeverria wrote: > I've set up a linux network with two 486's. Each >
> one has NE2000 NICS > and the drivers appear to see the cards just
> fine. > I have configured > the IP on each one (192.168.1.1/2) and
> they can ping > themselvs just > fine. However, they can't seem to be
> able to ping > eachother. The hub > and patch cables work and I've
> checked the software > configuration near a > hundred times. Any help
> that you can offer would be > greatly > appreciated. > > -Joey
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Neither computer is connected to the uplink and the lights don't seem to blink.

-Joey

Tony Mai wrote:

Make sure you're not connecting to the up-link port of the hub. Some hub will allow you to use the uplink port as a regular port with a switch. When you tried to ping the each other, did you see the light went blinking on the port(s) at the hub? Good li --- Joey Echeverria wrote: > I've set up a linux network with two 486's. Each > one has NE2000 NICS > and the drivers appear to see the cards just fine. > I have configured > the IP on each one (192.168.1.1/2) and they can ping > themselvs just > fine. However, they can't seem to be able to ping > eachother. The hub > and patch cables work and I've checked the software > configuration near a > hundred times. Any help that you can offer would be > greatly > appreciated. > > -Joey Echeverria > > - > To unsubscribe from this list: send the line > "unsubscribe linux-net" in > the body of a message to majordomo@vger.rutgers.edu >

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