Ubuntu :: What Is The Difference Between "auto Eth0" And "Wired Connection 1"

Aug 5, 2011

Using Lucid.

Both "auto eth0" and "Wired connection 1" appear in my network app. See screenshot. I only have one Ethernet card.

is the latter just a rename of the former? I thought so, but the "Wired connection 1" seems to be more reliable than "auto eth0"

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Quote:

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Quote:

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[code]....

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ifconfig:

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[Code]....

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Code:
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dmesg:

Code:

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Code:

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