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Distribution: RedHat 7.0,7.1,7.2,7.3,8.0. Sun Solaris
changed location eth1 dead
I having problem. After I had moved to another dorm my eth1 is dead. It cannot bring up eth1 during boot. the msg is determining ip eth1 failed.
Actually, before i move my ip was xxx.xxx.154.230(external eth 0). after I moved to another place(same network segment) my ip is xxx.xxx..188.24(eth 0). Do you guys have any idea?
it cause my dhcpd.conf failed to load up after eth1 failed.
As avengO asked, a little more clarification of your network set could help. So far, we seem to have:
1. The linux box is the gateway between your internal LAN and the campus network.
2. eth0 on the Linux box is connected to the external network; eth1 goes to LAN.
3. eth0 works, eth1 fails, and from the error ("determining ip eth1 failed"), it looks like it's trying to obtain its IP info using DHCP, yes?
4. You said that dhcpd failed in some way after the move, which would suggest that your Linux box is not only the gateway/router for your LAN, but a DHCP server as well, yes?