On 29/04/12 15:18, email@example.com wrote:
Tony van der Hoff<firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> In trying to track down some networking problems, I swapped the
> ethernet adapter in my server. Since re-booting, it has been assigned
> the moniker eth2 rather than eth1 (the motherbaord device is eth0).
> So, how do I reset the second adapter to become eth1 again?
Look at /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules
Create a similar file, with the mac id of the card you want a specific
device id as ATTR(address ... etc and NAME="eth1"
Before you do that -- chances are you have already another device
configured to run as eth1, so look at the other files / other lines in
that file and see which device is configured to work as eth1.
Thank you all for the helpful replies. It's all working fine again
Tony van der Hoff | mailto:email@example.com
Buckinghamshire, England |
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