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    Question can ping but have no internet or open any website

    Hi all,
    I installed opensuse Tumbleweed recently but I have some problem with accessing to internet.
    I want to using mobile internet by USB Tethering , I used this approach to access internet on Ubuntu before.
    It is not working on opensuse, i have not any network connection when i active USB tethering option on my mobile. After that I enter "sudo NetworkManager start in terminal ", it created a connection based on my tethering and when I ping 4.2.2.4, it return below value for example:
    64 bytes from 4.2.2.4: icmp_seq=4 ttl=52 time=324
    ....
    But when I open Firefox and enter a site such as Google.com, it isn't open ,
    Can any one help me?
    Tnx a lot .

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    Default Re: can ping but have no internet or open any website

    Quote Originally Posted by admirall0025 View Post
    After that I enter "sudo NetworkManager start in terminal "
    You should not start NetworkManager that way.

    Switch to NetworkManager in YaST->System->Network Settings->Global Options.

    Otherwise you'll likely have to network services running, which is of course bound to cause problems (as they manage the same interfaces, but use different settings).

    , it created a connection based on my tethering and when I ping 4.2.2.4, it return below value for example:
    64 bytes from 4.2.2.4: icmp_seq=4 ttl=52 time=324
    ....
    But when I open Firefox and enter a site such as Google.com, it isn't open ,
    Sounds like DNS is not working.
    But likely related to having two network services (Wicked and NetworkManager) running at the same time, and/or by starting NetworkManager the wrong way.

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    Default Re: can ping but have no internet or open any website [SOLVED]

    @wolfi323
    tnx very lot for your good exlplation!

    YaST->System->Network Settings->Global Options

    my problem solved...very very cool

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