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Odd linux networking problem

Hi,

I'm currently dealing with a very strange networking problem. I suspect it's
the OS (Debian testing) on the client that is causing the problem, but as a
matter of fact, I'm not absolutely sure.
We're running a home network of about 10 PCs, which used to be connected
with an 802.11b-network with a D-Link WLAN AP and DSL router (DL-713P). Now
we're migrating from to a 802.11g AP (Linksys WAP54G) for the Wireless,
which will eventually be connected to a Linux server, but currently is
connected to one of the three ethernet ports on the D-Link router.
Now, we've started to one by one switch the clients from the old 11 Mb AP to
the new Linksys, which is working fine for all Windows clients. It also
used to work with the aforementioned Debian machine, but somehow, it's not
working any more.

The symptoms are:
- it connects to the AP just fine
- it can connect to any other client on the network and vice versa
- it can *not* connect to the D-Link router, neither ping nor anything else
gets a connection
- running "arp" takes very long, but eventually finds out all MACs
- I don't really know what to make of what ethereal shows me; the router
reacts immediately to ARP requests, but nothing else seems to come out of
it.

I'm totally clueless...any suggestions!

Thanks

Bela

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