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    jimy
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    Hello people,
    I am using Kali linux and I have installed Kali linux in VMWare. I use windows 10. The problem is Kali Linux was running perfectly and I was able to connect it to Wifi. But few days ago I updated my Windows 10 and after that Kali Linux is not connecting with Internet. I use WiFI only. Don’t know what’s happening. Not a single tool is running. If I ping 8.8.8.8 the it is showing some result. But the tools like WHOIS and others simply display that “Server is unreachable”

    Please help.

    #105950

    savvygeek
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    Make sure you have a bridged network configuration.

    Try running the following command in Kali: service networking restart.

    Run ifconfig and, if no interface is shown other than “lo” (loopback), run the following commands:

    a) ifconfig eth0 up
    b) dchlient
    If that works, re-run ifconfig and you should now have an IP address.

    To make sure you’re connected, run: “ping -c6 google.com” (without quotes).

    If the ping returns results, you’re connected, if it says unknown host, it means you’re not.

    At the most, reboot your VM.

    #109477

    0px0
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    maybe you can set your adapter wifi to static IP

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