DHCP OK, no web access

July 30, 2011 at 10:10:28
Specs: Solaris 10
I recently installed Solaris 10 (latest build). The network configuration utility during install would not accept any settings so I bypassed it and figured I could set it up later. I plumbed my interface and used

ifconfig rge0 DHCP start

to get my IP (I also created a /etc/dhcp.rge0 file and I have a hostname file).
I can access my router via firefox (Dlink DIR-655 via an unmanaged network switch) but cannot get outside of my LAN. I figure it is a DNS problem. I created a /etc/resolv.conf file:

nameserver my router ip

Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Cisco


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July 30, 2011 at 13:34:53
OK, figured it out. I actually did not have a hostname file (I mislabeled it) so things were not getting plumbed and when I plumbed manually it was not reading from the resov.conf so I couldn't resove the addresses.

Silly Me.

Cisco


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