El mié, 12-09-2012 a las 08:44 -0400, Ian Stakenvicius escribió:
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> On 11/09/12 06:23 PM, Rich Freeman wrote:
> > On Tue, Sep 11, 2012 at 5:01 PM, William Hubbs
> > <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> I can agree that a server would probably want a static
> >> configuration, but all work stations do not use gnome, kde, etc.
> > Most do not run unix, but at work I can't think of any servers
> > that are using static configurations. They might be assigned
> > static IPs, but they'll use DHCP just the same.
> > I deploy my network at home in the same way - most of my standing
> > PCs have DNS and static IP assignments, but they still use DHCP.
> > This way I can still utilize PXE for backups/etc, and adjust things
> > at any time fairly easily.
> > Rich
> Some of my servers have a back-end nic that has static config defined,
> and i use netplug or ifplugd for that to bring the iface up and down
> based on link -- link detection != auto-configuration, imo.
> Suffice to say, networkmanager is not a reasonable means to determine
> link state for oldnet. Newnet, well, all of that gets handled outside
> of openrc's config anyhow so...
> But this is getting a little beyond the original point of the thread..
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Also my father has two machines in his job with static config and
ifplugd to detect link up/down. I also remember to migrate years ago
from netplugd to ifplugd for some reason I can't remember now, probably
ifplugd worked better :/