In the ifconfig output, you have 'inet addr:192.168.1.10' for br0. In ifcfg-br0, I see 'IPADDR=192.168.1.100'. ??Is your setup static or dhcp? 'BOOTPROTO=dhcp&#... [by toracat]
What does it mean when it says BOOTPROTO=none in the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 file.
I remember there used to be BOOTPROTO=static and it was very clear and straight-forward in telling us that if an IPADDR=<x.x.x.x> is given, the server will come up with the IP address specified. Likewise, BOOTPROTO=dhcp will look for a DHCP server to obtain a dynamic IP address.
My local ip adress changing when centos every restart.
and i want to local static ip.
and changed /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth1
BOOTPROTO=dhcp to BOOTPROTO=static
and i typed IPADDR=XX.XX.XX.XX (example)
now everything ssh apache working but NOT INTERNET CONNECTION.
I'm running Fedora 11 x64 on a workstation with two network interfaces, a conventional ethernet line to another computer, and an old Aironet wireless PCI card. My problem is that Fedora insists on using DHCP to assign the internet address for the wireless, though my configuration specifies a static address.
For those of us used to setting static ethernet configs in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts, the use of "BOOTPROTO=none" in ifcfg files no longer works to set up a static interface in FC20. (The interface will fall back to dhcp.)
You need to explicitly use BOOTPROTO=static now.
I do not consider this a bug, just putting it here in case someone is searching.
Iam trying to setup a Webserver with Ubuntu Server (Basic Tomcat over Port 80, nothing fancy, just static files) available to the www trough my home router (DNS Setup and Port Forwarding tested and working).
Router <-> Switch <-> Ubuntu Server on Cubietruck
Mixed Setup, most devices will get an dynamic IP over DHCP.
However, one static route is setup for 192.168.1.19