Am I right? –El Barto Jun 11 '12 at 20:35 I can't say about the reason for ping failures yet... I'm letting it crawl along at the moment, downloading 62mb of updates - maybe an update will solve this issue./dev/zero wrote:What's in your "/etc/resolve.conf"? Even though they have different metric I would try disabling one interface and checking with the other. Regarding other destinations, it's funny. Source
My problem is that when the Ubuntu client tries to ping a server on the Internet, all the packets are lost (though, as you can see below, they seem to go It's not routable. There's no excuse for not stfwing before starting a new thread. see my question here for an example. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1457630
What's in your "/etc/resolve.conf"? I've checked the logs, and the machine receives an IP address, so I know it sees the network in some way.The only thing I've noticed, is that the output of iwconfig They came to the same conclusions that I mentioned earlier - connecting in b/g mode instead of n mode works, but is still very slow.ip route output: $ cat iproute.txt default Linux User #415691 Ubuntu User #8629 Iowa Team (LoCo): [Wiki] [Launchpad] IRC channel: #ubuntu-us-ia on irc.freenode.net Adv Reply April 20th, 2010 #4 ravenkwill View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message
Thanks Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... TECHNOLOGY IN THIS DISCUSSION Join the Community! Check where it says "From the Debian Router I see this". –El Barto Jun 11 '12 at 20:25 It's hard to say about the original problem... I don't know how to do mac address filtering, but will look that up.
What am I missing? About Advertising Privacy Terms Help Sitemap × Join millions of IT pros like you Log in to Spiceworks Reset community password Agree to Terms of Service Connect with Or Sign up Offline #3 2012-01-10 22:08:33 Hiram Member From: Brisbane, Australia Registered: 2010-02-13 Posts: 67 Website Re: Wireless connects and I get an IP, but I can't ping anything As I said in this website Also, if possible get src / dest mac-address information in addition to src / dest IPs...
ip=10.42 is only a partial address. "ping the local machine"- another machine - or "localhost" (which doesn't really check the hardware)? http://softwaredevelopercertification.com/ubuntu-cannot/ubuntu-cannot-switch-tty.php Can you ping the router? What episode of Star Trek is this creature on? Finally, can you ping other destinations on the internet when the problem is happening? –Mike Pennington Jun 11 '12 at 20:28 Thanks, Mike.
What kind of wifi card is it and have you stfwed for whether that card requires any non-standard setup?/etc/resolv.conf (strangely, I don't have /etc/resolve.conf, but /etc/resolv.conf. Nothing is too wonderful to be true, if it be consistent with the laws of nature -- Michael FaradayYou assume people are rational and influenced by evidence. Here are some similar questions that might be relevant: Limited Internet Access After Setting a Satic IP Address in Server 14.04 Why I can't access internet using an static IP address? have a peek here Thanks heaps.
I've been using Linux Mint fairly happily for awhile, but decided to try the 10.04 beta. I will try everything you suggest! 0 Chipotle OP banzai2587 Aug 6, 2012 at 11:23 UTC the suggestion to setup the default gateway is the correct one, since a few suggestions to help diagnose.
I just need some suggestions on what to try next.
How to reply? Try to use a channel not used by anybody else to avoid interference. share|improve this answer edited Feb 13 '14 at 18:12 slm♦ 168k42311483 answered Feb 13 '14 at 16:52 Keiran Holloway 20114 I've formatted it in the question and I've tried Change the last octed to something that can be routed.
Last edited by olive (2012-01-11 15:56:56) Offline #10 2012-01-12 08:10:02 Hiram Member From: Brisbane, Australia Registered: 2010-02-13 Posts: 67 Website Re: Wireless connects and I get an IP, but I can't How to upgrade quantum to neutron Virtual Instance can't obtain IP address (OpenStack Havana) Feedback About This Page Report a bug OpenStack Projects OpenStack Security Common Questions Blog Community User Groups I checked the output of /var/log/everything.log, which told me that a broadcast for a lease occurred, and the IP address was granted from 192.168.1.254 - the routers address. Check This Out do all your sniffer captures at once.
I even could not ping my router. –jonadev95 Feb 13 '14 at 15:31 so what does: connect to your access point mean, is that not your router? asked 2 years ago viewed 2803 times active 7 months ago Related 2Network fail on FreeBSD: Ping to router fails, but router believes computer is connected5“Destination Host Unreachable” when pinging wireless Have you tested whether you can ping on the local network, even if you can't ping to anything on the internet? Original answer by ams70 Jun 8, 2015 Contributors: Top Yes my vm have 192.168.10.85 ip.