*installed centos 6.2 min install. I have edited files /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts.i have ifcfg-eth0,eth1
I have tried to setup static but only get IPV6 address back on both adapters and cant ping anything since rest of network IPV4. I have copied my working settings from another centos 6 server i have setup and working. Not sure what to do next? I already added line to say NETWORKING_IPV6=no
New to me the used Dell Optiplex 740 connection has been assigned a valid DHCP address however, using a new load of Ubuntu 12.04 the network menu shows the wired network in gray, yet it has allowed me to check the enable networking and assign the network name and password.
The good new net cable where connected to the computer lights only the yellow light.
I am trying to set up a static ip address for my ubuntu machine in my local network. My pan is to eventually use something like dnsdynamic so that I can log in to the machine remotely without setting up a static ip with my ISP. I have followed the blogs explaining how to do this, but have not found a solution to this problem. I have spent the last 2 days searching for a solutions.
I was messing around with KVM in CentOS 6.3 when I noticed I was having problems with the IP address of my principle network connection (eth0). I backed out my bridge
and restored the network-script file for eth0 but the IP address still goes missing after reboot. At this point I have to return to the console and restart the "network" service.
I have setup a CentOS 6.4 server (minimal install) which is connected to network through an ethernet cable. The problem is that when the network link goes down, the status changes are not automatically detected but if i type "ifconfig" the interface still keeps its IP address (which is assigned by a DHCP server).