I use CentOS on every server I have. One of my servers, an HP ProLiant DL320 Generation 2, has a network card that is pretty much perfect for CentOS, except for one small flaw. For some reason, I can't get CentOS to use both network adapters at the same time. I can have both network cards up (using
), but only one can have an IP address. eth0 Has a static IP address of 172.16.1.2/16 and eth1 should have a DHCP address on the 172.17.*.*/16 network. Dhclient on eth1 makes eth0 stop responding, and then only eth1 will work. Using
will shut down both eth0 and eth1, but only eth0 gets started back up. When Windows Server 2003 and Fedora 14 were installed on the system, the network adapters worked perfectly. I switched over to CentOS because Fedora 14 was having problems with the LSI MegaRAID that is integrated and can't be turned off. But I digress. Would anyone be able to give me some info on how I could get both network cards working?