Member Since: Mar 17, 2008
Location: Tucson, AZ
Mac Specs: 2008 and 2011 15" mbps, late 11 iMac, iPhone 4s, and too many ipods and other stuff
04-19-2008, 05:51 AM
My ethernet connection (en0) appears to have given up the proverbial ghost.
It can not obtain a valid DHCP address, my DHCP server is completely functional.
It can not connect when given a manual IP address.
I have booted off of the install CD and gone to utilities, at which point my ethernet adapter does get a valid DHCP issued IP, and can ping the world.
Is my only option at this point a reinstall of Leopard?
Edit, I've already reset the p-ram, and turned the if off and on repeatedly. This became an issue suddenly, this evening. The only system change was a safari update, but even my normally suspicious of system changes mind finds that one a stretch to have an impact.
This machine kills fascists
Got # ? phear the command line!