Hi,I have a CentOS 5.8 set up as a NAT router between network A and Network B in a test environment, like so:eth0 (NETWORK B) <==> CENTOS <==> eth1 (NETWORK A) &... [by kenneth_phough]
on 08/08/2012 – Made popular on 08/08/2012
I'm trying Centos7 and using systemD. I've noticed that interfaces name
does not have anymore eth0,eth1, ethN but a different name.
What do you think about predictable network if name assigned by systemd?
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I am very new in linux environment. Trying to setup a webserver at home.
I have installed LNMP on CentOS 6 on virtualbox. Network is configured as per default installation of Centos. I have added 127.0.0.1 centos.local.db in my /etc/hosts file. Changed firewall settings to open port 80. Now I am able to access the localhost thru IP address of the server via my local network.
I have a local network on dev eth0
Server has static IP of 10.0.0.1
Gateway is 10.0.0.1
and Dns is 10.0.0.1
I am using this network for imaging 500 plus computer...
Now, Issue that I am having is that I need to update packages and I dont want to change the configuration on eth0 because I dont want something breaking out on my imaging system...
the server has two nics and I want to use eth1 to