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Old 17th January 2008, 17:05
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Originally Posted by B767Mike
Ok, did that but I do not get the same results when I restart the network. Or at least this is where I think the problem is.... Then edit /etc/hosts You are supposed to see localhost.localdomain localhost server1.

I see localhost.localdomain <-- this is my server unbuntu, rr is my isp
You must change to

Originally Posted by B767Mike
I think I just answered my own question... Looking back over my settings I need to change gateway to whatever my router is set up for, otherwise it wont know who to talk to.... Is that correct.
Yes, you must use an IP address that's in your subnet as well as your router'S internal IP address as the gateway. So if you subnet is 192.168.55.x, then you can't use for your server, but should work (assuming that this IP address is free).

When you use DHCP, please run
and post the output here.
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