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New install network nogo - watchdog timeout
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- Subject: New install network nogo - watchdog timeout
- From: Harry Putnam <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 23 Mar 2002 21:12:19 -0800
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Setup: openbsd 3.0
Single user machine, one of several
home machines behind a small hardware
firewall (NETGEAR FR314)
A newly installed openbsd 3.0, boot from official CD.
During installation the network was setup with no problems and worked
to ftp basic files.
After reboot, I have no network operational. This message is being
composed elsewhere and without a network, its more difficult to get
command line input, so some of this is general.
Created /etc/hostname.xl0 with the parameters shown in the install
manual. inet 192.168.0.9 22.214.171.124 NONE
Setup /etc/mygate pointing at my outgoing machine.
/etc/resolv.conf pointing to my isp dnservers.
With search dlsextreme.com as first line (my ISP)
The last two being familiar operations.
ifconfig xl0 shows the network inplace
After `route add default 192.168.0.1'
netstat -nr (top) shows 192.168.0.9 with 192.168.0.1 as default.
Ping localhost works
ping 192.168.0.9 works
ping 192.168.0.1 does not
Nothing else works. All outside addresses report no path to host.
This same hardware currently works for a dual boot debian linux and
prior to installing openbsd, had worked for Solaris 8 intel with no
major problems. Should indicate the hardware itself is sound.
3com 905 nic.
Can't look at dmesg right now but will report as needed.