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Debian 9 on PowerEdge R610 Server

Hello, 

Just installed Debian 9 on my first server. (PowerEdge R610)

However, I am not having any success getting it to connect to the internet.
From the looks of it. I can see that it's recognizing the interfaces as I'm able to select them using the network manager.
But, once plugged in, no connection is established. :( Not even a prompt or anything.

I tried to bring the eno1 interaface up via the terminal (ifup command)
But no luck,

Terminal returned something along the lines of
"Interface eno1 not recognized"

 

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Any and all help is appreciated.

Note: I'm used to kali linux and this OS a new to me.

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That's odd. It gives you the mac address of an interface isn't recognized. Just for crap and giggles, make sure that the ethernet cable is plugged in and you have connectivity lights.

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What does 'ip link' say?

 

You may need to install some non-free firmware to get the network cards working.

 

Debian used to be unable to restart the network; I don´t know if that changed.

 

Since you venture to a new distribution anyway, you may want to try Centos.  I think that´ll probably work right out of the box.

 

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You'll probably need the drivers for your Ethernet controller.

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