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Old 29 May 2006, 20:53   #3
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The destination address should only be set for point-to-point interfaces, like serial PPP/SLIP, so remove that one.

You also need to set a nameserver, or else hostname-lookups will not work - meaning that you can only access hosts via ip-addresses. The ip of router will most likely work fine as most routers acts as a nameserver-forwarder. If not, use the regular nameserver(s) of your isp.

On your router, you might need to limit the range for the addresses it automatically assigns via dhcp and set the Amiga, which uses a static address to an address outside this range.

If you have done all this and it still isn't working, you can see if you can access the internet at all, by pinging the ip of www.google.com - 66.249.93.99. If that works, the only problem you are having is that your nameserver(s) aren't working.
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