[isf-wifidog] multiple IPS

Dennis M. Linton dennis at dmlinton.net
Lun 13 Sep 20:07:15 EDT 2010

On Mon, 2010-09-13 at 19:59 -0400, Peter wrote: 

> Dennis M. Linton wrote:
> > Try running "sudo ifconfig eth1 xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx", where xxx.x.... is the 
> > static IP you want assigned to eth1.  This should assign the IP address 
> > 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?

Yes, the idea is to establish that it is possible to assign eth1 an IP
address.  It is possible that the NIC is defective/incompatible, which
would be good to know before putting more effort.  Bottom line is that
it is most strange that a static IP cannot be assigned
through /etc/network/interfaces.  BTW, you did either reboot or issue
"/etc/init.d/networking restart" after editing the config file, right? 
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