[Mageia-discuss] Temporarily changing IP address
annew at kde.org
Tue May 22 16:30:50 CEST 2012
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On 22/05/12 14:55, Doug Lytle wrote:
>>> No :-( No difference, even though I restarted the network
> Lets start from scratch.
> But first, can you tell me the ip address of the NAS and your
> laptop's IP address for eth0.
> After making note of these, put the laptop back to it's original
> config. (i.e. remove the manually created interface) and set wlan0
> not to come up on reboot. Then restart so you only have an ip
> address on eth0.
> Then send me the info.
That sounds to be exactly what I have already done. Anyway -
According to MCC - 192.168.0.20, managed by users and starting at boot.
According to ifconfig - 169.254.100.1 - the same subnet as the NAS's
setup. However, when I use the web interface to connect to the NAS it
I did enable NetworkManager when I put the config back, but when I
found it was still showing the "wrong" address I turned it off again
so that I could ifup and ifdown.
The manually constructed config, eth0:temp, is renamed to
eth0.temp.sav - and the config file is set to not start at boot.
I can't think of anything else to tell you.
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