[isf-wifidog] multiple IPS

Jim Musson jmusson at digserv.com
Lun 13 Sep 20:01:27 EDT 2010

Ifconfig is not persistent, you must edit the /etc/network/interfaces
file.  If you reboot after editing you do not need to use ifconfig.

Jim Musson
Digital Computer Services
105 W King St Suite 201
Hillsborough NC 27278
jmusson at digserv.com
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[mailto:wifidog-bounces at listes.ilesansfil.org] On Behalf Of Peter
Sent: Monday, September 13, 2010 20:00
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Subject: Re: [isf-wifidog] multiple IPS

Dennis M. Linton wrote:
> Try running "sudo ifconfig eth1 xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx", where xxx.x.... is
> static IP you want assigned to eth1.  This should assign the IP
> if there are no problems.

I read that ifconfig is not persistent between boots though. Is that 
true? Or do you want me to run it just as a test?

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