Networking doesn't want to work. It's a Realtek RTL8111/8168B network card which is picked up as eth0 but I cannot ping the rest of the network and cannot ping this box from the LAN either. When I set it as DHCP I do NOT get an IP address. When I set it static I get "destination host unreachable".

ICMP - network unreachable vs host unreachable If you look at jh's link, it would appear (on the surface at least) that Cisco IOS isn't following the recommendation of RFC1812: " Destination Unreachable. If a router can VMware - Destination host unreachable |VMware Communities Feb 23, 2014 linux - Armbian 5.4.43: Network is unreachable; Red LED

Destination Host Unreachable is a physical connectivity problem. Try and ping from your computer. If this replies than the TCP/IP stack within your OS is good.

May 03, 2020 · ‘Destination Host Unreachable’ is one of the usual but unexpected errors that flow out while carrying a network ping test. It is a type of Troubleshooting IP Default Gateway Issues that induce incorrect default gateway, which further leads to halt in a network ping test. Recently however it has become unreachable from all other devices on the network when pinged. On the BT Homehub router it is assigned an IP address when turned on using DHCP (not static IP) and the printer says it is connected to the home network. now when i ping from the PC in the network ..everything is fine ..and working but intermittently internet connection looses at these points when i try to ping the WAN interface from PC i.e i get replies as. Destination host unreachable from Dec 10, 2014 · The Destination Host Unreachable is occurring between the backup "server" connected to Switch1 and the management IP address of Switch3. C:\Windows\System32>ping Pinging with 32 bytes of data: Reply from Destination host unreachable. Reply from Destination host unreachable.

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networking - Arch Linux - connect: Network is unreachable Network unreachable means you don't have a route to the network. If you can't even ping the local router, either you don't have an IP address or your network interface is down. netctl is the standard utility for managing network interfaces in Arch. If you haven't set that (or something else) up, you won't have any network.