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Old 02-13-2004, 03:40 PM   #1
bazagee
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Setting up two nics with ntop in Debian


Hi all,

Newbie to Linux, I have a working Debian Ntop setup and want to add another Nic to monitor a DMZ segment. I only want to put the DMZ Nic into promiscuous mode without an ip address (to make it more "hopefully" secure).

I installed two identical nics when the system came up I could surf to my Ntop webpage no problem. I entered: auto eth1 into the interfaces file with no other info (ip address, network address or gateway). I added the eth1 to the ntop -i config file and restarted the server (I know I probably didn't have to but I couldn't get the restart command to work :-) ).

I no longer get a webpage with this setup. Can someone point be in the right direction with my errorous ways?

Thanks.

 
  


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