alexander.dalloz at uni-bielefeld.de
Tue May 18 16:39:18 UTC 2004
Am Di, den 18.05.2004 schrieb Michael um 07:59:
> 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
Others pointed you already to the usage of aliased devices (ethX:Y).
Fedora has a build in mechanism to assign a range of IPs without much
work. That solution was already pasted formerly here on the list; just
grab the archive.
A not standard way by modification of the ifup script I am using "ip
add" command to not use aliased devices but assign additional IPs from
the same net to the main ethernet device. I posted the code snippled in
the thread I spoke about above.
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