[driverloader] no IPv6 routers present
talbotrobert at sbcglobal.net
Wed Sep 7 12:11:20 EDT 2005
Note to Michael and Question for Johnathan...............
I run Suse 9.3 and 2 Routers one @ home and one @ the office
The Office router is a Belkin.
Run an # ip route command from a terminal shell. If you see 127.0.0.0 you need to add the router ip to the wanl0 config in YAST. Just click on Router in YAST wlano card config and add router ip. Run ip route again.
You shoul see the router ip address. Good luck.
As my wlano card was not auto starting (even with bootstart checked in YAST config of wlan0) I edited /etc/sysconfig/network/ifcfg-wlan0 .
I changed STARTMODE='' to STARTMODE='auto'.
But I also made a permissions change of ifup-wireless to group users.
Was the Permmissions change or any Permission changes necessary??
On Wednesday 07 September 2005 05:02, Michel Kerszberg wrote:
> Hi all,
> Out of despair with ipw2200, I am trying driverloader to access my wlan
> (Belkin centrino on a thinkpad T42, SuSE 9.2, Belkin F5D7632 router).
> Right now, driverloader has taken me to the point where ipw2200 did, but no
> further: the kernel's only complaint is "wlan0: no IPv6 routers present".
> It says the same about eth0 (cable), which works ...
> what to do? Thanks for any help.
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