>Check for IRQ conflicts. Use the utilities on the disk supplied by 3com
>to reconfigure the card.
>> > When I first startup my system, it automatically initiates my card fine.
>> > my network functions work fine for a couple of minutes, and then
>> > everything stops working. I still have DNS working, but I receive the
>> > error message : network unreachable
>> Check your routing tables with the 'route' command when the system first
>> starts up (when the network initially works), then again when the
>> network stops working, and again when you fix the problem manually.
>> What are the differences?
>> > So, I can fix the problem, by accesing Xwindows and running netcfg,
>> > and disable/enable my eth0 card.
>> > Then everything works great. I can stay connected for hours and there
>> > is no other problems.
>> > So, my question is: does anyone know of a non xwindows command that I
>> > can use that will perform the same function? This way, I can setup a
>> > script that will automatically perform the function above.
>> # ifconfig eth0 down
>> # ifconfig eth0 up
>> Those will bring down the interface and bring it back up. I have no
>> idea why this would be necessary. It would probably be better to figure
>> out where the initial problem is coming from, so you can prevent it from
>> happening, instead of trying to work around it like this.
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>David Fox http://www.cat.nyu.edu/fox xoF divaD
The problen is you are running gated
look in /var/log/messages
you will find in it an error with gated
gatged is for running two or more sub nets
remove the REMOVE
For all you automated email spammers, here's the
addresses of the board of the FCC: