I have a server with static IP from my ISP.
My server works as a dhcp server running Fedora Core 3. There are 8 Windows XP machines behind that server working just fine with internet connections etc.
Then I installed Fedora 4 to my laptop and connected it to the network the same way those Windows machines were connected.
Now I get IP just fine from my server as the other computers do, but when I try to connect to the internet, it won't connect. When I try to ping my server it gives an error "network is unreachable"
I think I've tried everything possible, but still the problem remains.
Is there a difference if I change the localdomain.localhost on my laptop to something? In case there is, should the localhost be the exacly the same as my server's localhost?
It seems that the connection to the server works just fine beacuse the dhcp gives me the right IP, but something is missing, 'cause I can't ping other machines on my network.
To solve this problem is VERY important to me, so PLEASE help me with this...
I tried to search any similar problems, but the answers I got couldn't help me.