On Wed, Apr 12, 2000 at 05:57:20PM +0100, Lars Hecking mentioned:
> John P. Looney writes:
> > Anyone know how to setup a virtual IP on a freebsd box ?
> > The man pages are next to useless...
> *BSD man pages are generally light years ahead of Linux man pages.
You do mean the GNU ones, yeah ? Because they insist on being awkward,
and spend more time on the info pages ?
It turned out to be a problem with the way I was looking at it. I was
trying to create an interface "ep0:1" as you would on linux/solaris. Turns
out that freebsd keeps the name of the interface, just aliases the IP.
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