jonas.tra
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Old Model B: no network

Wed Mar 07, 2018 5:23 pm

hi,
I tried again to get the raspberry pi (Model B Version 1) working, after not having used the pi for some time.
With the newest Raspbian set up, I can not connect to my network anymore. I went through forums but haven't found a solution.
I basically get a wrong IP adress which is not provided by my router and I can not ping to anything.
The LAN light is there.

Ifconfig: shows the eth0, but just the IP misses the correct third number: it should be 192.168.192....
I have attached the output if ifconfig.

Thank you for looking at it.
Jonas
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drgeoff
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Re: Old Model B: no network

Wed Mar 07, 2018 6:01 pm

So where is it getting 192.168.0.177 from?

pcmanbob
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Re: Old Model B: no network

Wed Mar 07, 2018 6:02 pm

Hi.

From you image your pi has the address 192.168.0.177 which is a valid network address not a default one.

So the options are address assigned by dhcp on router, or you have set a static IP on the pi.

router addresses don't normally have the address range 192.168.192.X unless you have changed your router settings.

do you have another pc on the network that is able to connect to the net, that you can look at the network addressing on ?
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jonas.tra
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Re: Old Model B: no network

Fri Mar 09, 2018 10:01 am

Thanks for your hints pointed me to a problem. I had connected a second router into my network, which has given the IP address to the ras-Pi.
I had forgotten about that.
Btw, my router (which is from a provider modified samsung device) does give default 192.168.192.....
Thanks again. Working now.
Jonas

Muntic0re
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Re: Old Model B: no network

Tue Mar 13, 2018 2:36 pm

Before you even get up to yell at your router, take a look at the Wifi icon on your computer. Does it indicate that you are connected to Wifi? If yes, then the Internet may be the problem.
Look at your router, it has a series of icons that mean different things. Grab your user manual to find out what each icon stands for. You need to pay attention to the one that designates connection to the Internet. Also you can check out this guide 192-168-1-1.one .
Also you can call your service provider. Say your router indicates a connection, but you can’t get on the Internet.
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Muntic0re
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Re: Old Model B: no network

Tue Mar 13, 2018 2:36 pm

sorry didn't see that the problem is solved

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