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Re: multiple ip's?



Michael -

the best way to do it is as follows

cd /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/
#change to the directory where the ifconfig scripts are held

cp ifcfg-eth0 ifcfg-eth0:1
#copy ifcfg-eth0(configuration file for eth0) to ifcfg-eth0:1(first alias)

vi ifcfg-eth0
#edit the ip address and subnet masks to your needs, write and quit from vi

#repeat for the number of ip addresses you need to add, incrementing
icfg-eth0:x where x is the number to increment

#when you're done:

service network restart
#will restart the network interfaces and you should see the new ips when
you run:

ifconfig

Hope this helps,

Rolf Brusletto

> I'm running Core 1 on one of my servers and I need to run multiple IP
> addresses on the same interface. Is there a standard way to do that in
> Fedora?
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