|Mag Gam on 16 Feb 2008 21:19:30 -0800|
hwaddress class address in your interfaces file for each adapter. This will ensure your adapter is bound to the interface.
On Feb 15, 2008 11:50 PM, Marc Zucchelli <email@example.com> wrote:
I have a dedicated server with Debian 4.0. I have 5 ip addresses. A couple of weeks ago, I discovered that I could only access a few of them. The range of the final octet's are 202-2-6. I think I was missing 203 and another, and lo. I sent a ticket in to support, and they told me that the network card wasn't all the way plugged in, so they fixed that. Now, when I rebooted, I was still missing a couple of ip addresses, including the local loopback address. I found that they were actually missing from my /etc/network/interfaces file. What's more is, that the interfaces had actually been renumbered. 203 and lo was still missing and maybe another. The interface for 203 is supposed to be eth0:1, but eth0:1 was not missing, instead eth0:1 had the 204 ip address. The interface numbers somehow became sequential even with missing ip addresses.
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