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Old 04-21-2004, 09:30 PM   #1
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Manually specify network interfaces for DHCP


How do you manually specify a network interface when working with DHCP?

I cant use YaST because when it rewrites the file without checking the syntax and tries to restart it with the incorrect syntax. I cant do anything about that since it will write over the dhcp file i already i have.

The current configuration in YaST contains my one of my NIC's, eth0. Now i want to use my other NIC instead which is eth1. YaST cannot start and save the configuration properly, thats why i need to manually specify Network interfaces manually for dhcpd.

I need to know how to specify it so my dhcpd.conf file can use the proper NIC.
 
Old 04-22-2004, 04:03 AM   #2
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try ifdown.

And Yast should be able to be configured for static IP addressing to eth devices.
'locate ifcfg-eth0'

in that directory, add a ifcfg-eth1 text file script with BOOTPROTO=static
 
  


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