Carl Johnson on 31 Mar 2016 07:27:14 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] Endian firewall - was Swapping motherboards

I've actually got a endian VM here that i'm playing with now. Are you sure that endian actually sees all the ethx devices you expect? What I'm getting at here is: does RHEL actually show you eth devices with the right MAC's and all that good stuff? That part's gotta' be there before the endian layer can do anything with it.

On Thu, Mar 31, 2016 at 9:53 AM, Eric H. Johnson <> wrote:

I found that, but did not find anything that helped. After the restore, the addressing in the settings file is correct. I tried swapping GREEN_DEV to all three possibilities (br0, br1, br2), but still do not get a ping reply from the green network address on any of the network ports. The default addressing gives little to go on because the only file that exists is the settings file, the “br” files are not present. Also looking at the br files, all they do is to map to eth0, eth1 and eth2 respectively.


that's probably what you want to do right?

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