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[SLUG] Networking Problem
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- Subject: [SLUG] Networking Problem
- From: bill <billb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2007 13:27:39 +1100
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A couple of days ago I swapped my 10/100mbs eth card for a gigabit card.
Just noticed that I was having poor connection with amule - traced it to
fact that network settings were set to dhcp wheras before card change
were set to static ip. System apparently automatically setup new card
with no action on my part.
In System Settings/Network Settings ( Kubuntu 6.06). I changed dhcp to
static ip and entered correct ip ( to match modem/router port forwarding
Have now noticed that new card is seen as eth1, even though it is in
same slot as old card which was eth0. There is only 1 card, no wireless.
/etc /network/interfaces has entries ( identical) for both eth0 and eth1.
As a result of all of the above, Superkaramba network monitor themes do
not see ip or throughput, though system is working fine.
How should I fix this? Just edit /etc/network/interfaces and remove
entry for eth1?