[Server-devel] eth1 problems
alexkleider at gmail.com
Mon Oct 26 13:05:25 EDT 2009
That took care of things. Thank you very much, Jerry.
On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 9:14 AM, Jerry Vonau <jvonau at shaw.ca> wrote:
> On Mon, 2009-10-26 at 08:48 -0700, Alex Kleider wrote:
> > Jerry (and others,)
> > Forgive me for not being clear enough: (I mentioned eth1 picking up an
> > IP under another OS only to demonstrate that the hardware seems
> > good.)
> > The XS configuration is pretty standard: I have the Internet connected
> > via eth0 as you mention. The second interface card (which I've been
> > calling eth1) is connected to a WAP (which on another computer running
> > XS has been demonstrated to do its job of establishing connectivity
> > with XOs.) The problem is that eth1 is not used to connect to
> > lanbond0.
> > Your suggestion that I run ip addr gives us an explanation:
> > eth1 is NOT LISTED. Instead that card is listed as eth2.
> > So I think the challenge now is to either have it seen as eth1
> > or to get the landbond0 connection to connect to eth2 instead of
> > eth1.ip addr reveals no entry for eth1, eth0 has an IP address on my
> > network as expected, the card that I've been referring to as eth1 is
> > listed as eth2!
> > 3: eth2 .....state DOWN qlen 1000
> > link/ether 00:26:5a:05:ac:31
> Ok, that is a easy fix, as root
> service network stop
> then edit:
> if there is a line that has eth1 in it, delete that line, and change the
> line that has eth2 to be eth1.
> save and reboot to have the changes take effect.
> That should fix you up,
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