|peerce||DSL, T1, microwave, satellite, ...|
|peerce||so you have a premises fiber rack, OC3 or something, and a serious router off that, which your firewall connects to with ethernet ?|
|knopix||isp <---> fiber optic (ISP) <---> rj 45 (ISP) <--> my computer|
|peerce||well, you can't plug a fiber optic cable into a rj45 :D|
did that arp -i eth2 |wc -l ever print out a number ?
|knopix||fiber optic <--> devices ( i dont know the name) <--> rj 45 <--> my linux box|
<peerce> did that arp -i eth2 |wc -l ever print out a number ? <-- not yet :(
|peerce||yikes. ok, kill it (ctl-C), and just do: arp -i eth2|
kill it after a few screenfulls, and note the IPs its showing... are they similar to but different than yours?
is eth2 = 220.127.116.11 ?
|peerce||so are the IPs it spat out all 203.128.95.xxx ? or 203.128.xxx.xxx ?|
|knopix||Address HWtype HWaddress Flags Mask Iface|
mail.co.sangamon.il.us ether 00:05:31:E9:24:54 C eth2
heat.prim.hu ether 00:05:31:E9:24:54 C eth2
ns3.mydyndns.org ether 00:05:31:E9:24:54 C eth2
libertyresources.org ether 00:05:31:E9:24:54 C eth2
dns-01.ns.aol.com ether 00:05:31:E9:24:54 C eth2
18.104.22.168 ether 00:05:31:E9:24:54 C eth2
eth2, presumably your box has a 'default gateway' address on it?
maybe 22.214.171.124, or something? and a netmask, maybe 255.255.255.0 ?
I should have said to do arp -n -i eth2 :D would have skipped the name lookups.
can you cat /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth2, and paste it to http://pastebin.ca, then give me the paste url ?
|knopix||peerce : what for ?|
|peerce||I'm curious what your network mask, and broadcast are set to.|
it SOUNDS like your network is somehow BRIGED to the whole internet, instead of routed. thats a very whack way of setting up a network.
also like to see the output of 'cat /etc/sysconfig/network' and of 'ip route list'
|knopix||the gateway only that|
|peerce||but, at this point, I'm going to suggest that you need to talk to your ISP and sort out the correct settings for yyour connection|
|Hydr0p0nX||for no host name lookups|
|peerce||ip route list doesn't do lookups, and is much easier to read|
|peerce||I do rather hope RH gets around to using the `ip` stuff rather than old school ifconfig in the default network setup scripts in the future. `ip addr add` is FAR nicer for aliasing than creating bogus named interfacces|
|Hydr0p0nX||yea it is|
|misc--||whats wrong with ifconfig eth0:3 ?|