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Old 23rd November 2011, 12:41 AM
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[SOLVED}Help with wired connection?

What's up, I'm Edward and I'm a computer science student who only a few months ago decided to get into linux. I started with Mint 10, then Ubuntu, Debian, Crunchbang, Sabayon and finally Fedora 16 on my desktop. Now what I need help with today is connecting to my home LAN through my Netgear MR814v2. Every time I boot up, Network Manager says Wired connection is on and brings up the message saying Network Connection is Ready, but whenever start Firefox and try going to a url, it gives me a Server Not Found error. How should I go about solving this configuration problem guys? Any questions or commands I can run?

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