Originally Posted by amiman99
Ok, lets do some trouble shooting.
1. From amiga type: ping 127.0.0.1
2. then ping <amiga's IP address>
3. then ping <router address>
4. the ping google.com
if #1 bad, no IP stack is running
if #2 bad, check Amigas IP address
if #3 bad, check cabling, port config, check if 10baseT or 100baseT, half or full duplex or auto Negotiation is setup properly.
if #4 bad, check DNS config
Probably DHCP may not work properly so you need to set the parameters yourself.
When I ping the above through shell 1, 2 & 3 continuously send data and report either 1 or 2 ms, so I presume it is successful.
#4 send 56 data bytes then nothing happens.
Enable DNS Relay is ticked in the router settings - made no difference if it wasn't ticked.
Enable DHCP server is ticked in the router settings - made no difference it is wasn't ticked.
DHCP address range is 100 to 199 - the other machines on the network are issued with 100, 101, 102 and 103 IP's.
Really don't understand what's left to try with this....