I didn’t have an keyboard to type earlier but basically the whole problem was caused from my router, and it had to do with the lease ip.
What actually happened: I installed ArchLabs, chose Zen-Kernel (but there’s some extra steps which need to be done to get it to work) booted and it didn’t work, at the time I didn’t have access to my old notes on the /home drive. So I just thought I’ll reinstall, no problem. Somehow I managed to get into problems again when booting up, and I reinstalled 3rd time.
And suddenly I didn’t get a new IP from my router anylonger, so what I did was reset my router to factory settings and got a new IP.
The router in question is an RUTx12, it feels more “techy” to me than I’m used to handle but it does work well! Apparently there is a command you can run in the router to release all leased ips :)) but I couldn’t get that to work and I was hurrying with the install.
Problem is gone now, but apparently this is an possibility to happen during an install! (Pardon me, I haven’t used Linux for around a year xD so I need to remind the stuff again)