Network Manager - Two eth0 connections?
I am running Fedora 8 -- no dual boot or anything. I have a static address and a dns name as well. I've been having some trouble with having an active connection at boot. Network manager consistently shows that my network connection is inactive.
I created a new profile in Network Manager which is nicknamed eth0:1
Now /sbin/ifconfig shows
cat /etc/networks shows
Can this be cleared up? How can I ensure that eth0 is active on boot.
I thank you for your time.
One querry, that how you decided that eth0 shows dynamic inet address ? What is the static IP you configured for eth0 inetface.
To ensure that eth0 is active on boot check under "/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0" have an entry ONBOOT=yes
and execute command "chkconfig network on" on console/teminal to make network service start-up at boot up.
Thank you, PK for your reply!
Interesting, I can hit the apache server by pointing my browser to 10.1.100.81! The eth0:1, (which is the active address in Network Manager) is showing 10.1.100.204.
I do have a file named ifcfg-eth0:0
Hmmm... where should I go from here.
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