Re: gnome-ppp

I used the numbers and got this message:
TCP error: Network Unreachable

Within gnome-ppp DNS is set for my ISP.

-----Original Message-----
From: Gleef <>
To: Jeffery Bradley <>
Cc: GNOME-List <>
Date: Tuesday, March 30, 1999 4:30 PM
Subject: Re: gnome-ppp

>On Tue, 30 Mar 1999, Jeffery Bradley wrote:
>> I am trying to use gnome-ppp to connect to my ISP.  The program
>> connects, logs in and establishes a connection, but I am unable to
>> use any internet apps.  I am not able to use Netscape, check mail or
>> ftp.  I keep getting a message stating that no DNS entry for a site
>> can be found.  Can someone help me with this.  Thanks.
>Can you use numeric IP addresses at all?  Try (that's
>one of the numbers for's).  The site should both ping
>and appear in Netscape, even without DNS.  If you find you can't use
>numeric IP addresses, you have no real internet connection.  If you
>can use numbers but can't use names, then you just need to set up DNS
>Best of Luck,
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