I’m willing to bet you have a DNS error.
If browsing does not work after that try
You may have to Ctrl+C to kill them.
If ping 22.214.171.124 returns something (you could use any IP outside of your LAN) then it is a DNS error. Adding openDns to your /etc/resolv.conf should solve the problem.
As noted in a number of other threads, pls describe
Which desktop you’re using
Then, verify you have Network Manager enabled which is best and most appropriate for laptops instead of IFUP/IFDOWN by going into YAST
YAST > Network Services > Network Settings > Global Options tab > check radio button “User Controlled with NetworkManager”
Note: Network Manager will connect to wireless only when a User logs on, not when booting up. Most laptops do not require Internet access without a logged in User but require the ability to move from network to network which is what Network Manager does best.
Is why I asked to see ifconfig and iwconfig to verify only partical DHCP configuration, if that’s truly verified that usually is caused by either a misconfigured DHCP or a local setting that over-rides the DHCP setting (yes, convention in this case is local over-rides network).
Depending on how you look at it, you may still want to find/fix the problem or the problem will bite you again in the future.
Note that if you do not use NM you will run into plenty of problems in the future if you transport this laptop to other networks… You will see a new network device created each time the network changes which will require manual intervention.
IFUP/IFDOWN is only for machines that stay in one place unless you’re willing to put up with the headaches.