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Connection to CentOS

Newbie Spellweaver
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My CentOS doesn't connect to i-net.What i need to do for fix this problem?
 
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try using search to find your answer this has been asked a 1000 times
in many threads and answered already
 
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The Dinosaur
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Yes, please search in future and try using the shiny new help subsection too ;)

This problem normally means you either don't have a DNS server address in your eth0 config in centos or the one you have is not working. DNS is only needed to access web pages and isn't needed by the centos machine at all to run the cabal server.

From a centos terminal type "ping <windows ip>" and see if you get a response.

From a windows command prompt type "ping <centos ip>" and see if you get a response.

If both work then the server should be capable of running and if not then either a firewall is in the way or you have a wrong ip address for one of the machines.
 
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