Check xDSL connection to see if it is using eth0 or
Play with the connection from eth1 to eth0 and vice versa.
Well, eth1 is some Intel Wireless thing, which wont work in any case. So ,
I used eth0 only.
Faced a somewhat same issue with Philip's PC on Iqara, and their
support really sucks when it comes to linux.
Yeah, really! The guy at the call centre didnt know what 'Linux' is and
kept asking for a TCp error number (which pops up in Windows) .. after
telling him what an OS is and enlightening him on
'Windows-is-not-the-only-OS' mantra, the reply I got was "Sorry, our service
doesnt support linux then!". So much for my five minutes of preaching.
>Also write a small script to start at bootup.
Do you mean something like /sbin/ifup eth0 ? Could you elaborate? This
command from the terminal too gives the error "No link, Check cable?'
I will post some of the relevant messages from ifconfig in some time, dont
have the laptop with me now.. maybe you guys can make sense of that.