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Re: [rhelv5-list] Tale of 2 nic cards

Have a look in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/
ifcfg-eth1 etc....

onboot will either equal yes or no.
make sure both are yes........

if it still doesn't work have a look in dmesg for anything interesting.


Bill Watson wrote:
> I have an intel S5000Psl motherboard with 2 nic cards. Using the GUI
> console, I set one to be IP4 and not IP6 fully configured with gateway, dns,
> hostname, etc. I set the other on my LAN (tried with and without a gateway
> defined) no dns, etc. I also tried the 2nd as fully configured (not IP6) as
> I could. On both nic cards, I select start on boot. The symptoms remain
> consistent.
> While the system is up, I can activate both lans and they both work
> beautifully. When I reboot, only one activates, the other says inactive. I
> can hand activate and life is again good.
> The net icon in the upper right corner will only allow one network to be
> selected at a time. I'm not sure what's up with that, or why an network
> chooser icon is thought to be so needed as to be default placed on the
> desktop. (my ignorance showing)
> Is there a clean way to have both networks launch on bootup?
> Thanks in advance!
> Bill Watson
> bill magicdigits com
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