Hi All,I heard that in CentOS/RHEL 6 we can no longer add multiple NICs and IPs from the same CIDR. Is this true?I want to be able to add up to 10 network adapters to a sing... [by junglecom]
on 08/06/2013 – Made popular on 08/06/2013
I have a VirtualBox machine running CentOS 6.5. I've created 2 network adapters for it in VirtualBox's networking settings for the machine. The first is NAT which I want the guest to use to connect to the Internet and the second I set to Host-only which I will use to SSH and access web server from the host computer.
I have a server that I'm trying to connect to multiple network ranges (172.x.xx, 10.x.x.x). I'm not really concerned with Domain issues I just want to be able to access my storage / management network and my public facing network from one spot. Right now I have two nics and two adapters configured but I can only access objects on the 172 network. Thanks
My 3 Quad port network adapters can be recognised when I write the 'ifconfig' command, but they all seem to be in 'Device not ready' state when I click on the networking tab at the toolbar (please see pictures below).
At the 'System Setting' they all seem to be recognised but again, their state doesn't change when I plug a network cable into them.
We have one small network setup in our small organisation, and we need to connect it from a big network setup through Linux Router. Small network is 192.168.3.0/24 and Big network is 22.214.171.124/8.
We have Sceintific Linux host which contains 2 Ethernet Adapters.
I am attempting to set up a server with a total of four single-mode fiber ports - two need to be at least 1Gb and two must be 10Gb. I have found a variety of 10Gb single-mode fiber network adapters (for example the Intel X520-LR1 and the QLogic 3242-LR), but no 1Gb single-mode fiber adapters.
Hey everyone, I've bought 2 network adapters lately, and although one had worked with the inclusion of ndiswrapper, my system kept receiving internal errors from it so it had to be uninstalled. Anyway I'm just asking if anyone has a network adapter that has native drivers on Ubuntu 12.04.