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I have RH AS Version 3 running on a Dell 2450. I am using it as a simple web server. Up until today there have been no problems. There is an eth0 and eth1. eth1 is inactive, and eth0 is active. Using the graphical interface I attempted to delete eth1 because it was not being used. But after being 'deleted', it still shows up in the GUI as inactive.
Anyway, the real problem is that after doing that, the web server is somehow blocking network access to the internet. No one in the office can reach the internet when the web server is up. When I shutdown the web server we can get to the internet with no problem. Any ideas?
we have a very simple network. one router/firewall connected to the modem. I use static IPs for the servers and an IP pool for the users workstations. Everyone is on the same lan/subnet. etho0 is setup as 172.31.100.118 and eth1 as 172.31.100.119.
We use a netscreen hardware firewall. I did find the problem. Another tech was setting up another linux box and used an ip that was in use on the current linux box. For some reason when they were both up, network traffic was blocked. We changed the ip on the new box, and things work fine.