How i say, the problem it not enable ONBOOT option of ifcfg-eth0, the problem is, the network is up, with IP, but dont ping or connect to any host in network. [by kidboy]
I recently did a desktop installation of CentOS 6.4 for the very first time and have had issues trying to connect to the web.
Thus far the following three steps have been configured:
Network connections: I connected a network cable and setup a wired network connection using the following Device Mac Address - Device Mac Address : 00:19:D1:A5:06:75
Ifcfg-eth0 setting: I then proceeded to set the
We have one small network setup in our small organisation, and we need to connect it from a big network setup through Linux Router. Small network is 192.168.3.0/24 and Big network is 22.214.171.124/8.
We have Sceintific Linux host which contains 2 Ethernet Adapters.
I am very new to linux and i created an linux machine with centos version 6.3 and try to assign a static IP to it.after writing the OS to the disk I only found "ifcfg-lo" file in the path "etc\sysconfig\network-scripts" but in the forum they asked to edit "ifcfg-eth0".so i created the ifcfg-eth0 file and provided all the details say IPaddr,hwaddr,gateway,netmask.
I've use bridging to connect my box with real network.
Then when I ssh to box and try ping any host (e.g.: google.com) then it's pinging but very slow. Resolving host took it ~20sec then each ping is about ~10sec. Briging works only with wlan0 (network is unrichable for eth0). Can it be problem with wifi card? Pinging from my laptop works fine.