> I just installed openSuse 11 and the network works fine with the
> default settings (DHCP).
> I use a router and I want a fix IP in my local network. I want to use
> the IP 192.168.0.30 and the namserver 192.168.0.1
> I was able to set the IP and the network mask but where to set the
> Thanks in advance!
Select the “Hostname/DNS” tab.
While you’re in the neighborhood, select the “Routing” tab as well, and make
sure your router is set as the “Default Gateway”.
Worst-case scenario boot into a working system (on the same network) and
look at the gateway. In any case you should have a netmask set (you
mentioned 255.255.255.0, so I assume that is correct for you) but the
default gateway will be set on any system in the network to the same
value… probably that of your router as Larry stated.
> In case of Routing tab I suppose I need to use the 255.255.255.0 for
> netmask field but what should I write to the destination field and what
> for the gateway field?
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