Recently I moved home from college and once I got home I decided to setup my raspberry pi.
At the house I rented at school I had setup and given the pi its own static IP of 192.168.1.191. Worked perfectly at school. No complaints.
Once I got home and plugged it in everything seemingly worked as usual. I had a network drive attached for backups, I could SSH into the pi itself. However what I found out when I went to install some updates is it could not connect to anything that wasn't on LAN.
If you ping google.com it returns "unknown host google.com"
If you try to ping something like the Google DNS server or any other IP it returns "Destination Host Unreachable."
sudo apt-get update also fail to work.
I've tried changing the static IP address, and restarting my router.
My /network/interfaces file is:
iface lo inet loopback
iface eth0 inet static
iface wlan0 inet manual
iface default inet dhcp
And my resolve.conf file is
The Raspberry Pi is a Raspberry Pi 2 running Raspbian and it is connected via Ethernet to our router. Our ISP is AT&T U-Verse and we have the router they provided us which is a Motorola NVG589.
I'm pretty new to most things Raspberry Pi and linux. So I'm probably overlooking something fairly trivial here but any help is appreciated.