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  • Open up the file/etc/defaults/dhcp3-server and add the required interface to the INTERFACES = "" line. e.g for eth0, the line will look like INTERFACES = "eth0″.

  • In my case it was "eth0" - but this is not always the name it will get.

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  • Therefore the network interface used in troubleshooting mode is called eth0 - just like any other regular Linux box.

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  • When you are working in the service console while the VMkernel is loaded, the service console's network interface is not called eth0, but is called vswif0 instead.

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  • Modprobe. conf has the line "alias eth0 e1000e" which is the module for the network card in the original machine.

  • As "root" edit the / etc / modprobe. conf file to add alias eth0 3c59x, eth2 zd1211rw.


  • This: alias eth0 8139too should read alias eth0 ipw2200


  • In networkscripts / wirelessd, my eth0 was my problem card (edited the file to read "eth2") then renamed the file for eth2.


  • I changed the following lines: alias eth0 e100 changed to alias eth1 e100 commented out the long pci ... e100 line then I added the following line:


  • « Reply #166 on: Today at 09: 37: 39 AM » alias eth0 ipw2200 alias eth1 e100 parnote: alias eth0 e100 alias eth1_rename ipw2200 in modprobe. conf.



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