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Old 14 August 2004, 19:04   #3
Mr Creosote
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Right! I got it working. The problem was that I hadn't even configured the DHCP server to hand out IP addresses of the 192.168.5.* range. Stupid, I know Telling Miami to use a static IP and hostname instead did the trick. Thanks for the help

There's a new problem now, though: Miami connects, but it tells me it can't find any DNS server. I'll try playing around with the respective settings, but if anyone has any ideas...

Edit: Oh, damn! It still doesn't work at all. When I tried it, Aweb just pulled a website from the cache. DHCP is out now, of course, but other than that, I'm still where I started. There's some problem with Miami's 'Database'. Whenever I enter something there, it only shows empty entries after going to another menu item and then returning. This doesn't seem right

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