Question about Wind River Slackware Linux 10.0 (slack10.0)
I've got two servers ("BOX-A & B") here running Slackware Linux, both have only a single physical NIC ("BOX-A" has an Intel eepro100 and "BOX-B" has a Netgear GA620T, if that matters.) I was able to configure each machine's primary IP, netmask, and gw using 'netconfig' (works 100%) I need to assign 2 additional IP addresses to each machine, HELP! adding extra NICs is not an option however if it will help at all, I can replace BOX-B's so they both have identical eepro100's. I need the end result to look like: BOX-A: 192.168.41.15, 192.168.41.16, 192.168.41.17 (gw 192.168.41.1) BOX-B: 10.41.41.15, 10.41.41.16, 10.41.41.17 (gw 10.41.41.1) Both networks are /16 blocks if that matters. If you need any extra information please ask and I will respond ASAP! THANK YOU!!
I'm assuming that the first IP addys (*.15) are the "primary" ones... If you've set them up in netconfig, then 99% of your work is already done. All you need to do is drop a few more lines into rc.inet1.conf and you'll be ready to rock and roll. (You don't have to worry about swapping the nics around either (unless that's your idea of fun, of course ;) Give this a shot (I'm also assuming both machines nics are named == eth0 (change it to suit your setup)))
(*NOTE: Make sure you've got IP ALIASing enabled in the kernel or loaded as a module.*)
Add the following to each server's respective /etc/rc.d/rc.inet1.conf.
# Config information for eth0:0 (2nd IP addy)
# Config information for eth0:1 (3rd IP addy)
For "BOX-B", do the same thing, but swap the 192.168.41.xx IPs for the 10.41.41.xx ones. (You probably also want to add the extra IP addys into /etc/hosts as well, but that's all up to you.) If you want to add any extra IP aliases on the fly, just do something along the lines of:
/sbin/ifconfig eth0:2 192.168.41.18
Good luck, and long live Slack!
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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