i install kernel rpm after i boot that kernel network not working kernel name : kernel-rt-trace-220.127.116.11-132.el5.centos.i686 [URL] error "Bringing up interface eth0: Device eth0 has different MAC address than expected, ignoring."
Everything worked fine until very recently, and without apparently ANY change to the settings on the server, a secondary IP that was assigned to my server won't work anymore..Any IP attached to the same server works fine.. So in my case, the problematic IP is 18.104.22.168. The other IP (22.214.171.124) works without any problem.How would I go about troubleshooting this?
ifconfig: eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:26:B9:44:11:3A inet addr:126.96.36.199 Bcast:188.8.131.52 Mask:255.255.255.128 inet6 addr: fe80::226:b9ff:fe44:113a/64 Scope:Link UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
I downloaded Fedora 10 32bit and put it on a Dell Dimension 8200 to save it from the recycle bin. Everything seems to work except I cannot get an IP addr. Roadrunner is my ISP using a cable modem and a Linksys Instant Broadband Series Etherfast Cable/DSL router model BEFSR41. In system-config-network, the nic shows inactive. If I activate it a window opens saying "determining IP information for eth0". After a short time the message adds the word "failed". Using a Windows PC on the same network, I can look at the DHCP connections on the Linksys and I see the MAC addr for the PC running Fedora.
From the OS installation, /etc/sysconfig/networking/devices/ifcfg-eth0 has following: DEVICE=eth0 HWADDR=00:80:ad:d1:88:c9 ONBOOT=yes
Since my upgrade to 10.04 I can't use my eth0 wired connection.The wireless works fine.I have tried auto eth0 in network connections set to manual and dhcp. eth0 shows up in ifconfig but no address is assigned.
i know exactly what i need to do, im just not familiar enough with command line to do it properly.i have 7 computers.the first 4 are connected to a router via wireless at one end of the house. of the last 3 only 1 will be able to access the router via wireless, so it needs to share it's one wireless connection via ethernet. this computer i'm going to call 'server'server will have two IP'swlan0 192.168.1.6 this connects to the router that has internet access.eth0 i intend to have the following settingsip:192.168.0.1sub: 255.255.0eth0 will connect to a second router, where the cat5 cable goes from the server, into the internet port of the router where i will define the router's static IP:IP: 192.168.0.100sub: 255.255.255.0gateway 192.168.0.1i have then set the router IP for LAN handling as 192.168.27.1 and all ethernet connections will have a 192.168.27.x IP.
so i need to know how to, without a gui application, use the terminal to assign server eth0 a proper IP address, and tell the server to take the connection it has and share it through eth0 to supply internet for the last 2 computers via ethernet.i had it set up in this way with a windows machine being the one that had the wifi access, but i'd rather have it setup for the ubuntu server to do this task. security is imperative for these 3 remaining machines, so just getting 2 more wifi adapters for a connection to the initial router isn't an option.the 2 that connect to server do so through SSH and though server IS connected via wireless it only makes outward connections through
The IP address I want for the gateway computer is 192.168.1.100 As I have 'sharing' enabled in Network manager, there is no provision there to specify the IP address for eth0. That is, cannot manually set it there. Every time I boot up, the IP address changes to
I am trying to get networking up on an old PII which I have successfully installed with FC4. There is a link and activity on the onboard interface because I see the indicator lights. The controller is a 3Com PCI 3c905 Boomerang 100baseTx @ 0xdc80.The only message returned by dmesg about eth0 is "Dropping NETIF_F_SG since no checksum feature."The driver module, 3c59x, is loaded as well as the mii module that depends on it.There is something about "unknown parameter`irq'" in the dmesg text regarding the driver.I noticed that eth0 is sharing an IRQ with the UHCI Host Controller.That should not be a problem, but it should not be necessary. And I could do away with USB if this is a conflict and that is the easiest way to solve it.When I drop to console at runlevel 3, and call dhclient, which is installed, I get a message telling me there is no reply to the dhcp request.I don't think the problem is on the router/switch side.
I would like to configure the eth0 manually. I can configure the ip address and sub-netmask but the system can't hold my gateway ip address (I added). It will keep it 0.0.0.0. I have no problem when I getting IP address from DHCP server.
I'm having an issue configuring eth0. I'm using ubuntu 8.10 in a virtual machine (VirtualBox). The correct adapter is being used and it has worked in the past. I've tried placing eth0 in dhcp through the GUI and bash, but always get a 169 address or 127.
I added an init script numbered just before bind9 starts, which needs to see the ipv6 link-local address on eth0. Sometimes this address is not configured, yet. In all cases it eventually is configured.
I am unable to find any script that is configuring the ipv6 link-local address (which is in part based on the MAC address). Does anyone know if there is some script or program that is supposed to be doing this, or is it an internal kernel function?
One workaround I am considering is making this init script go into a loop around sleep 1 to keep checking for the ipv6 address. But I'm concerned this might cause some problems. Any suggestions? I don't want to let it move on to start bind9 until the configuration this script does (more ipv6 addresses) is done.
This is on Ubuntu 9.10 server (for which there is not a prefix choice).
I'm running a fresh install on an intel i7 system on an asus p6t deluxe v2 motherboard with the onboard NIC (Marvell Technology pci-e). I know the NIC is working as when I boot into the onboard OS that Asus provides (Asus Express Gate SSD)I have a working net connection.Booting up CentOS hangs at determining IP information for eth0 and eventually fails with the following error:PING xxx.170.30.1 from xxx.170.31.231 eth0: 56(84) bytes of data---xxx.170.30.1 ping statistics ---4 packets transmitted, o received, +3 errors, 100% packet loss, time 2999ms, pipe 3 failed.
I installed the Centos 5.5 and after the Xen. After I put a virtual machine named VM01.Initially it worked properly, I tried everything and it worked.When rebooted, I had problems with the network.I have two network cards eth0 and eth1, but eth1 does not have any ip and I use only eth0.The error that appears is:
vif0.0: received packet with own address the source address
I am having a problem getting a wireless network connection on my DELL laptop running CentOS 5. I have no problem getting a wireless connection when the laptop is booted in Windows XP. I also don't have a problem when booted under CentOS 5 and there is no authentication setup on the wireless router. I only have a problem when I setup authentication. The router wireless log shows the PC connectinng, authenticating, and succeeding authentication.I am using the Broadcom Hybrid-wl wireless driver.
I am a developer, not a network admin - sorry if this ia dumb question. I need to test an application on CentOS 55 64 bit. The instalation went fine and initially I let DHCP work its magic. The router IP address ia 192.168.0.1 and all other VM's I have are granted dynamic ip address on this range (i.e. 192.168.0.x). However, the CentOS vm got an IP address that looks like it belongs on a different subnet :192.168.1.1
The VM (vmware desktop) network setting for this VM uses "Bridged: Connected directly to the physical network". I can ping the host (Windows 7 64 bit) and the host can ping it (it been the VM) - but no other computer on the network can see it. To make things easier, I changed the network configuration to use a static IP address. Here are my configuration files:
I have been running into network issues lately with my CentOS 5 (installed on AMD Athlon X2 - 64 bit machine about 2 years ago). It was able to connect to the network fine until yesterday when I installed more memory into the machine restarted it.
Upon restart, the boot up was paused at 'Determining IP information for eth0' step for a while and booted with out connecting to the network. I tried restarting the network (/sbin/service network restart), but this is the error message I continuously get: Determining IP information for eth0...PING xxx.1.226.1 (xxx.1.226.1) from xxx.1.226.83 eth0: 56(84) bytes of data
I have a Proliant DL 120 G5 with CentOS 5.4 and I have installed a Brodcom Corporation Netxtrem BCM 5722 Gigabit Ethernet PCI. So I have two interfaces: eth0 broadcom eth1 Intel The eth1 works, instead eth0 don't work. I can ping itself and 127.0.0.1 but I can't ping the gateway. The results of netstat -nr is:
I've seen this pop up a few times on the forum but my setup is slightly different. I have a PC with an ASUS P5N32-SLI Premium motherboard. I've just installed CentOS 5.1. Yes, I know this is ancient, but this is what they're developing on at work. I'm trying to get connected either via ethernet or wireless and neither one works. When I boot the computer to Window XP it does connect on ethernet. Ethernet should be easy so I'm concentrating on that. But I get "Determining IP information for eth0... failed." after a 'service network start'.Here is some other information that was asked on similar threads:
I'm having a problem and despite I have googled a lot cant find the root cause. I have a server with two embedded NICs and centos 5.5 loaded. I need to have one NIC with a fix internal IP address to communicate with the intranet and a second NIC with a fix address from my telephone provider. I know I cant have two different gateways on the net so I configured only the gateway for the second NIC leaving the field empty for the first.
I found that the first NIC is handling all the traffic for both interfaces (eth0 and eth1) and the second NIC is in standby (or doing nothing). This is causing the traffic intended for the second NIC never reach their destination. After a couple days working with the BIOS and other configuration files I tried another way of solve the issue. I put a fix address for the first NIC and another fix address for the second NIC (both in the same subnet) and from a computer pinged successfully both addresses. However if I disconnect the cable for the first NIC both interfaces goes down (eth0 and eth1) and both pings fails. If I disconnect the cable for the second NIC (with the first one connected) both pings still running without any disturbance.
I worked also in a second server with different hardware (different kind of motherboard, different NIC manufacturer, etc.) but the problem is also present in this second server. I was reading about NIC bonding or teaming, but this configuration is not present in the modprobe.conf or in the ifcfg-eth0 files, so I believe the problem is not related with this feature. Do you know what is happening with the NICs and how can I get two really, fully independent NICs?
I have 2 network interface on 1 server and i got a problem finding a solution for it.I have 1 java application and i want it to use the eth1 for that application and not the default eth0. On eth0 i got for example xx.xxx.xx.22 and on eth1 i got xx.xxx.xx.23 and i want the java app to use the 23 ip one.
I am currently working to get to a stable dual boot Win7/CentOS 5.5 configuration on a Dell Latitude E6510 with the Intel 82577LM chipset. I haven't gotten the Centrino N WiFI chipset working yet, but the Eth0 device was working just fine.However, yesterday I did a system update. I did not pay close attention, but I believe the update did mention networking, because I thought it might help me get my wireless going. Now, Eth0 fails with the message, "Determining IP information for eth0... failed; no link present. Check cable?" It does this at boot up and if we try reactivating it once the system is up. We have tried unstalling and re-installing the driver.The Window 7 boot sees the adapter and runs just fine. I was at a different site location yesterday when everything was working, but my co-workers and I can't help but think it might be related to the update yesterday, since everything worked prior to the update and Windoze 7 works fine with the adapter.
I have not been able to mount my NTFS harddrive on the CentOS side, despite installing fuse, and I don't have wireless, which makes it difficult to get access to new drivers. I also have a FAT32 partition that would be great to share between the boots for passing info, but I haven't found a way to mount a FAT32 partition in CentOS.
I installed a while ago two CentOS 5.3 servers. One of them was running Samba and another OpenLDAP. I configured Samba to act as a PDC on the network and everything was working fine. I was already on policies configuration and desktop migrations.
The following problems are Samba server problem, LDAP server is on hold until I figure out the first problem.
One day, both servers began crashing, and after a while, it showed the following during the boot on Samba:
After that, ALL CentOS installations had this problem after yum update, epel installation and some smb.conf modifications:
I figured out it might be EPEL (i did installed yum-priorities and tryied updating the base sistem BEFORE epel installations), so I installed the system without EPEL yum repository. After some good and relieving 15 min working, the system crashed AGAIN after yum base update and showed the following on boot time:
And it stops right there.
Maybe some wrong kernel update? the first time it crashed in one way, with running updated system (After the first update, no manual update was done). The sequel problems were all after Kernel update and EPEL. The last one was just after Kernel update. I'll try one last time with NO updates, but i can't run the system like that.
I can't do anything that might one day crash, it's a 6000-7000 user gov environment, but i don't want to install another distro, so if I don't figure it out, they will order me to.
I've been racking my brains over the past few days trying to figure out why my NIC card (network interface card) won't show up in the ifcfg-eth0 file.When I configure a new server (like this one) I always go to:/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 and from there I usally see the name of my NIC's manufacturer's name and the hardware MAC address.Then it's only a simple process of entering the server's IP address, netmask and gateway and I'm up and running in no time...But not in this case! the ifcfg-eth0 file is completely blank! There's not ONE single line of config info in it... (?)The server runs an Intel core 2 duo (dual-core) CPU with 1 gig of RAM.
I've even re-formatted the drive and re-installed Centos 5.1 on the darn thing 3 times and it simply won't work.The server cannot resolve when I do a wgetIt also gives me a 'resolution problem in the named configuration'.What I don't understand is that the 2 small LEDs on the Cat 5 cable lights up and flash at what appear to be regular intervals here.
I have just upgraded a CentOS 5.2 box to Centos 5.3
I did have a bridged networking setup for Virtualbox which worked well. eth0 was bridged with br0. br0 boot protocol was DHCP and it sent its DHCP_HOSTNAME to the windows DHCP servers.
since the upgrade the br0 does not get an address but the eth0 does. I found that the scripts in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-* are getting rewritten.
I figure I may not need to have a bridge any more so I stripped that out to try to get a simple network setup working. I now just have eth0. I edited /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 so that it looked like this,