eth

Asked by harish gokul churhe on 2011-01-18

How to active eth0, eth1, and eth2 at a time

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2011-01-19
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2011-02-12
Tobias (ulbricht-tobias) said : #1

$ sudo ifconfig eth0 down
$ sudo ifconfig eth1 down
etc.

$sudo ifconfig eth0 up

i have ubuntu 9.04.
in network tool eth0 which on board is active and eth1 and eth2 on pci card which inactive.
while write command
sudo ifconfig eth0 up
it active
and when write
sudo ifconfig eth1 up
sudo ifconfig eth2 up
the massage appear
SIOCSIFFLAGS: Cannot assign requested address.
What i do next

i have ubuntu 9.04.
in network tool eth0 which on board is active and eth1 and eth2 on pci card which inactive.
while write command
sudo ifconfig eth0 up
it active
and when write
sudo ifconfig eth1 up
sudo ifconfig eth2 up
the massage appear
SIOCSIFFLAGS: Cannot assign requested address.
What i do next

ajmal_82 (ajmal-82) said : #4

i think you need to upgrade to 10.4 and lets see you can get those networks "up"?

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