Yes, I've been using IP numbers. Once they work I'd enter appropriate stuff
in/etc/hosts. Tomorrow I'll go to my office where I have more
hardware alternatives - I've been isolated for the last few days.
David Smead <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> If you're trying to ping using IP numbers and getting no joy, then that
> would indicate a hardware problem. If you're using host names, then you
> get to learn more about name resolution.
> David Smead
> On 17 Jul 2000, Richard Sevenich wrote:
> > Another newbie question for my new uCsimm setup.
> > I have serial communication established between my laptop and the uCsimm
> > which is on the uCgardener. I now want to establish the ethernet
> > Both the uCsimm and laptop recognize their respective ethernets, each has
> > different IP address on the same subnet etc., each can ping itself by the
> > proper IP - but neither can ping the other. I believe I have the
> > machines set up properly, but perhaps there
> > is something I've missed. Any hints?
> > The laptop's ethernet pcmcia card is new, so it could have a RJ45
> > problem I suppose. The two machines are connected by a crossover cable,
> > also tried with regular cables and my hub.
> > I would appreciate hints/advice.
> > TIA,
> > Sev
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