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After trying hundred suggestions I saw in forums, as disabling N-mode, without success. Finally, I discovered it seems to be problem of my router. I had set channel 6 on the router. Since I set router channel to auto, problem fixed.


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After lots of head scratching it seems that it was working after all, the issue was user rights and a misunderstanding of what we had implemented. It's not necessary to know the remote machine IP address, only the address of the loopback adapter used to intercept SMB traffic on the windows machine. For info we're running a virtual Ubuntu machine, running ...


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There is an option for this problem. I just share my same experience. check your server's routing. Maybe there is a bad route or some default gateway have been cause this problem. I have the same problem on my CenOS server and try to connect it from Ubuntu. I found the server has 2 default gateway, when i remove the second one, the problem solved.


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I've had the same problem within virtual! Ubuntu client too. Sometime ubuntu fix the connection suddenly or it works fine if i change the network connection from virtual network connettion options. I dont know It could be a bug for the latest version of Ubuntu. Ubuntu says it has wired connection, but no internet, no network! Can you ping to www.google.com ...


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Ok, I am a complete noob, but here is something that you can at least try... I am using 14.04 LTS, so it might be a slightly different process for you. Note: you must either be connected to Ethernet or have a usb wifi adapter for this to work. First, click on the top right where all of your wifi networks are listed. Then, near the bottom of that list click ...


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Try typing sudo vi /etc/network/interfaces. Now use the vi editor to edit the following text. It should look like this: auto lo iface lo inet loopback ~ ~ ... Now add to it so it looks like this: auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp ignore the ~'s while doing this. To edit the file in vi press i (insert). To save and exit, ...


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Your eth0 device doesn't have an IP address. Check the /etc/network/interfaces and make sure it has something like the following. auto lo eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp If it doesn't have that, add it and save the file. Then run - service networking restart



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