asten77 at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 4 10:06:36 PST 2005
It sounds like a routing issue.
To be able to help, we'll need a lot more info..
-Do you have both cards in the system at once?
-IP addresses of the one/two cards and windows box
-your network setup
-output of 'ifconfig'
-output of 'route -n'
--- Naresh Deshaveni <nareshdesh at hotmail.com> wrote:
> With what you have mentioned it does not seems to
> be a driver problem.
> It basically must be some configuration problem or
> the card is not
> properly connected.
> Check the card.
> This is what I think.
> >From: "Sament Pinar" <sampinar at ozemail.com.au>
> >To: <realtek at scyld.com>
> >Subject: [realtek] Problems!!
> >Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2005 17:20:31 -0800
> >Hey to all. New to Linux and loving it! Have
> Slackware 10 installed with
> >Realtek rtl-8029 NIC installed and works fine.
> >I have recently installed another NIC SMC 1211TX
> (rtl8139 driver) and it
> >seems to work fine until i try to ping my windows
> box. It says "network
> >unreachable". Any input will be greatly
> >Cem Kizil
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