[Solved] Can't get on internet with Linux Static IP address and Linksys Router.


 
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[Solved] Can't get on internet with Linux Static IP address and Linksys Router.

I configured my linux server with Static IP address out of the range of the DHCP linksys router, but cannot get on the internet.
When I switch back to "Automatically obtain IP address" ..then I can get on the internet.
Can comeone help with this.
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did you give the routing and dns information to your static settings?
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Thanks....I did that and it worked fine.
 

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