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Can someone know why , when I boot Auditor CD I can't go on internet, my internet connection is down? My drivers not support it or what?

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Perhaps you need to run dhclient first.. what does ifconfig show you when you boot up?

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Perhaps you are using a wifi card based on the Broadcom chipset? broadcom isnt supported on linux..

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Perhaps you need to run dhclient first.. what does ifconfig show you when you boot up?

yes I try to tipe ipconfig and it says something like command thasn't exsist?? How do I run dhclient?

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Are you trying to use a wired or wireless network?

If it is wireless, who is the manufacturer and what model card is it?

ipconfig is a Windows command you need to tell us the results of ifconfig.

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Are you trying to use a wired or wireless network?

If it is wireless, who is the manufacturer and what model card is it?

ipconfig is a Windows command you need to tell us the results of ifconfig.

sorry I didn't read good...

here:

lo

Link encap: Local loopbaok

inet addr: 127.0.0.1 Mask: 255.255.255.0

UP LOOPBACK RUNNING MTV: 16436 metric:1

RX puckets: 28 errors:0 Dropped:0 overruns: 0 frnne: 0

TX puckets: 28 errors:0 Dropped:0 overruns: 0 frnne: 0

collisions: 0 taxrerelen: 0

i try to tipe "ifconfig eth0 up" but I still can go on internet.... :help:

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here:

lo

    Link encap: Local loopbaok

    inet addr: 127.0.0.1  Mask: 255.255.255.0

    UP  LOOPBACK  RUNNING  MTV: 16436  metric:1

RX puckets: 28 errors:0 Dropped:0 overruns: 0 frnne: 0

TX puckets: 28 errors:0 Dropped:0 overruns: 0 frnne: 0

  collisions: 0  taxrerelen: 0

i try to tipe "ifconfig eth0 up" but I still can go on internet.... :help:

:help: is this UP good or?

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here:

lo

     Link encap: Local loopbaok

     inet addr: 127.0.0.1  Mask: 255.255.255.0

     UP  LOOPBACK  RUNNING  MTV: 16436  metric:1

RX puckets: 28 errors:0 Dropped:0 overruns: 0 frnne: 0

TX puckets: 28 errors:0 Dropped:0 overruns: 0 frnne: 0

  collisions: 0   taxrerelen: 0

i try to tipe "ifconfig eth0 up" but I still can go on internet.... :help:

:help: is this UP good or?

You still didn't mention if you are using wireless or wired, and whom the maker of the device is (ie orinoco, dlink, intel, etc).

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Looks like the kernel module for your network card is not loaded.

If "ip link show" doesn't show any ethX devices, this is probably the case.

What to do depends on your network card's chipset, eg a "modprobe e1000" would make an Intel gig ethernet card available as eth0.

If you have no idea what NIC it is, have a look at the contents of /proc/pci. You might identify your card's manufacturer there.

A "less /proc/pci" should contain something like this:

Bus  0, device  14, function  0:
   Ethernet controller: 3Com Corporation 3c905B 100BaseTX [Cyclone] (rev 48).
     IRQ 11.
     Master Capable.  Latency=64.  Min Gnt=10.Max Lat=10.
     I/O at 0xd800 [0xd87f].
     Non-prefetchable 32 bit memory at 0xec003000 [0xec00307f].

In that case a "modprobe 3c59x" will give you a eth0 device, which also has to be given an ip address then.

Still, as the LogosX wrote, if it's a wireless card you should tell, as things are somewhat more complex there.

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Looks like the kernel module for your network card is not loaded.

If "ip link show" doesn't show any ethX devices, this is probably the case.

What to do depends on your network card's chipset, eg a "modprobe e1000" would make an Intel gig ethernet card available as eth0.

If you have no idea what NIC it is, have a look at the contents of /proc/pci. You might identify your card's manufacturer there.

A "less /proc/pci" should contain something like this:

Bus  0, device  14, function  0:
   Ethernet controller: 3Com Corporation 3c905B 100BaseTX [Cyclone] (rev 48).
     IRQ 11.
     Master Capable.  Latency=64.  Min Gnt=10.Max Lat=10.
     I/O at 0xd800 [0xd87f].
     Non-prefetchable 32 bit memory at 0xec003000 [0xec00307f].

In that case a "modprobe 3c59x" will give you a eth0 device, which also has to be given an ip address then.

Still, as the LogosX wrote, if it's a wireless card you should tell, as things are somewhat more complex there.

I enter less /proc/pci and:


Ethernet controller: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL-8139/8139C/8139C+ (rev 16).
     IRQ 193.
     Master Capable.  Latency=32.  Min Gnt=32.Max Lat=64.
     I/O at 0x9800 [0x98ff].
     Non-prefetchable 32 bit memory at 0xdfeffe00 [0xdfeffeff].
 Bus  3, device   2, function  0:
   Unknown mass storage controller: Silicon Image, Inc. (formerly CMD Technology Inc) PCI0680 Ultra ATA-133 Host Controller (rev 2).
     IRQ 169.
     Master Capable.  Latency=32.
     I/O at 0xac00 [0xac07].
     I/O at 0xa800 [0xa803].
     I/O at 0xa400 [0xa407].
     I/O at 0xa000 [0xa003].
     I/O at 0x9c00 [0x9c0f].
     Non-prefetchable 32 bit memory at 0xdfefff00 [0xdfefffff].
 Bus  3, device   5, function  0:
   Network controller: Asustek Computer, Inc. ISDNLink P-IN100-ST-D (rev 2).
     IRQ 11.
     Master Capable.  Latency=16.  Max Lat=16.
     I/O at 0x9400 [0x9407].
     Non-prefetchable 32 bit memory at 0xdfeffd00 [0xdfeffdff].

I try modprobe e1000 but it dont work and when i tipe "ip link show" and i have "lo" and "eth0" device... :help:

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I try modprobe e1000 but it dont work and when i tipe  "ip link show" and i have "lo" and "eth0" device...

This doesn't look so bad after all. If you have a eth0, your kernel module should be loaded. Type "lsmod" and see if it has "8139too" loaded, which is the module for your Realtek card.

Otherwise do a "modprobe 8139too".

Also post the output of "ip link show" and "ip address show". As ASN wrote previously, you might simply not have an IP address yet.

EDIT: Just tried it out myself. Use "dhclient" to obtain an address. Auditor doesn't request an address. Not requesting an IP address by default makes sense when you want to sniff a network without being noticed.

Edited by routermonk
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