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January 9, 2007, 12:37 pm
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I have two network cards. One card is connected is LAN. Another one
is connected to internet switch.
LAN card : (Directly connected to switch)
Internet Switch card : (Directly connected to Internet switch)
Upto yesterday I can able to ping my locay gateway ( 184.108.40.206).
and I can able to ping the internet Internet dns through gateway
so Obivously i can able to access the internet .
Everything was working fine, till I restart the server today . After
restarting I cannot access the internet.
I do the following things.
1. I try to ping the local gateway ..not able to ping..
So i trace it to the local gateway..It gives only..
220.127.116.11 (18.104.22.168) 2994.793 ms !H 2998.691 ms !H 3000.332 !H
2. I try to ping the Internet switch...not able to ping..
So i trace it to the internet switch..It gives only..
192.168.12.50 (192.168.12.50) 2974.793 ms !H 3998.691 ms !H 3800.332
I have checked the cables, links, and gateway and routes. everything is
Using mii-tool i checked the link. Everythiong is okay.
I am using Fedora core 5. First i did all these things in fedora...
After I think it might be a software corruption,
So now I installed Redhat linux 9.
But still I am getting the same error messages
What I have to do ?
Re: After restarting Destination host unreachable
I pinged this address with no response.
You must know this is not an internet addressable address.
What you could do yesterday is not necessarily what you can do today.
How did you post this message?
You have to do to get an ISP that is on-line.
I checked the pings to the addresses you specified, and they are not
I did a whois on your posting data and it appears you are posting from
India, though the reverse DNS "host 22.214.171.124" returns nothing.
$ host 126.96.36.199
Host 188.8.131.52.in-addr.arpa not found: 3(NXDOMAIN)
I think your ISP might be down, although it is really hard to tell with
organizations that don't follow normal DNS and reverse DNS listing
protocols. If you want to be part of the world community and partake in
whatever benefits there might be, then your nation and your ISP needs to
play by the rules. If they don't play by the rules then nobody can help
you. Really really sorry. Time to "fish or cut bait".
It doesn't look as if they (either) are "playing by the rules" right now.
So sorry for the problem. Looks as if there is nothing you or I can do.
Looks as if they (your ISP's, etc.) are a bunch of rapscallion scofflaws.
Sorry if I am wrong. That's the appearance.
If they can't or won't fix it, it's time to hang it up, get yourself a
donkey cart, and collect sheep feces (or whatever.)
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