after reboot, network is lost
I am facing a strange problem in my office LAN. When I reboot any
computer, network connection is lost. There are 2 ways I could find to
get away with it
1) ping <gateway_ip> for about 10-15 minutes and the network is
2) remove network cable and put it again. Network gets restored after
Once, network is restored, it works without any problem till I reboot
Has anyone faced similar problem already?
Can anyone suggest me ways to troubleshoot actual root cause of this
Currently I am using Fedora7 as desktop OS
...Network Shares lost after reboot
I recently got a Mac at work running on a Windows network environment.
I have managed to easily connect to the network drives and shares that
I need, but they are lost everytime I restart the mac. I have to back
through the steps of adding them each time.
Its quite a pain seeing as how I have many shares that I need to
access each time. I'm pretty sure its just something that I am missing
as I'm not all that familiar with Macs yet... and i'm sure the answer
is obvious... but of course, I don't know it =)
Anybody care to shed some light on this?
In article <c9894...When do I deen to restart the network initialization? To reboot?
Is there any documentation available about the run-time state of the
TCP/IP networking subsystem? Especially, which changes to the settings
work immediately after "ifconfig" or "route". Or any other particular way
to change the TCP/IP settings. What is the logic here?
Then, how are the changes made permanent? Which files all in all are
affected? In /etc, /etc/sysconfig, /etc/rc.d? Elsewhere?
When do you need to run '/etc/init.d/network restart'? Or is
'...reload' sometimes enough (they are the same in my RH9)? How about
ifdown/ifup only? (BTW, why don'...Network restarts
I'm running a linuxbox firewall/router at home that is always on.
However when I power up a client computer on the LAN connected
to the router-box the network is dead, no traffic, no ping and
so on. I found the workaround for this is to do a:
ifdown eth0 ; ifup eth0 (eth0 beeing the nic for the LAN)
on the router-box. This "wakes up" the connection and everything
is fine. I tested both linux and winXP and in both cases I get
a "dead" network on powerup or reboot. Its slightly annoying to
go through this procedure everytime so any help on the matter would
(resending as Xpost - don't seem to be able to get it into csa.networking)
Since I lost all my boot file on the RPC and had to rebuild it from bits
and pieces I can't get onto the network (router).
from command line
Inet$Error : Route: writing to routing socket: Network is unreachable
and so I get an error message on booting up.
Am I short of a module or something somewhere?
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...still a networking newbie
I just want to play a Freeverse card game with another member of the
household. Both machines are on 9.2.2. Well, there are three, actually,
all connected to a "dumb" ethernet hub. I"m not trying to connect the
third one, though.
The Freeverse game (Hearts Deluxe, version 7.1.2.) allows network play
over a "local" network. They give no inscrutions though.
Do I set the TCP/IP control panel to "AppleTalk (MacIP)" or "Etherenet"?
--or can I do it either way?
Depending on how I set the TCP/IP control panel, how do I set the
AppleTalk contr...Network problems after reboot
I've got a server which preforms NAT and runs a webserver. I've got it
working for about 46 days, but them my little brother reset my server and
now it doesn't work anymore. Here's the problem, the network seems to
function fine but after about 10 mins from the client computer boot up the
netwerk between the server and that client goes down. I've i ping the server
from the server it complains about no route to host under linux and just
times out on windows.... I've i ping from the server to my client the
network goes up again ! I've got a dualboot on my pc with...Lost sysadmin, but I still have it???
SQL Server 2000 SP5a on Windows 2000 SP4
Friday morning we discovered that we no longer have sysadmin
privileges. We were able to query the syslogins table. In the output
we can clearly see that our accounts do have the sysadmin privileges,
since there is a 1 in that column. But yet we do not have sysadmin
We are not able to get into the SA account, since no one knows the
password. But we are in BUILTIN/Administrators, and we have many SQL
Server authenticated accounts with sysadmin privs. But yet none of
them seem to have the privilege.
Saturday I was ab...