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Old 27th July 2008, 07:27 PM
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massenger work but firefox and program update didnt work

hi all

first i was using xp & vista my net config. was


perferred dns :
alternate dns :

net was working good with this config.

after that i tried linux first step ubuntu i put this config. net works but cut from time to time
like work 10 hours cut after restart some times network again

i tried to use fedora after many tries i can made network config. i dont use network manager i use system-config-network . i entered my ips as ubuntu and add my dns after that i tried to connect net firefox didnt open any page i cant update programs but i can make ping to router ip and ping to any site ( google. , yahoo ........... )

i think it is from proxy setting but when i was using windows and ubuntu i hadnt use proxy settings

if any one can help me but please step by step


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