Im currently experimenting with CentOS 7 in order to get a grasp of everything thats new. After having read the FAQ entry on network interface names, I decided to revert to the tradictional interface naming scheme by adding the relevant kernel opti..
all,Im a little bit confused about networking in CentOS 7: Ive copied my bridge setup from a CentOS 6 for KVM networking to CentOS 7. I changed the interface name to the new schema and I had expect that it would work.But:The Bridges didnt came up w..
I have a recently installed Mellanox VPI interface in my server. This is an InfiniBand interface, which, through the use of adapters, can also do 10GbE over fiber. I have one of the adapters two ports configured for 10GbE in this way, with a point..
Hello!I would like to use the new bonding feature of kickstart in release 6.4.My setup is one bonding interface (bond0) with two (eth0, eth1)ethernet cards. I am using two VLANs on bonding interface so I have no IP for bond0 but have IPs for bond..
So I just finished doing a fresh install of CentOS 6.3.The machine has three ethernet ports in it: one on the motherboard (VIA Rhine), and two add-on cards, an Intel Pro100 and an old SMC1255TX. When CentOS comes up, this is what I see in the dmesg outp..
Im looking for a way to stop udev from renaming the interface in the first place, preferably something that allows me to automate it via kickstart so that any new systems I deploy will have a permanent fix. Ill push a fix to any systems I already h..
I looked at the BIOS and found the following where the pseudo MAC address is from:Planar Ether 1 MAC Address: E4:1F:13:77:16:5F ============> This is shown in ifconfig eth0Planar Ether 2 MAC Address: E4:1F:13:77:16:60 ============> This is sh..
My linux box, running with Centos-5.5, is showing up (??) a pseudo network interface for Eth0. On Switch where my Eth0 is connected, observed 2 MAC-Addresses. If a DHCP server present in LAN, the second pseudo interface is picking up a DHCP IP Addr..
If you managed to managed to find a driver for my USB wireless dongle, and it is now correctly recognized by the kernel. However, you dont know how to configure it.Ask yourself some things: How did you install the driver that you found?. What..