Quad Fast Ethernet Card on Sparc 10?

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Old 09-26-2002
Thk you i'll try, but for now I put a new Host name for the other eth, and it's work (it stay after reboot)
I have two eth under the same subnet and now I have problem to ping 2 switchs under the same subnet!!!! Smilie

Originally posted by RTM
Create a file in /etc with the following type of info:

file name
hostname.hmex where x is the interface number

You have to know which interface type you have - grep them from the dmesg command

contents of file
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx where xxx is your IP number OR
put the hostname in there but it must be /etc/hosts

Read the man pages for:
netmasks (section 4)
hosts (section 4)
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reboot [-f] DESCRIPTION
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