Files you will need to edit are as follows
a variety of files (depending on your network) in:
Once changes are made you will need to run this
That will implement changes made by restarting networking.
Note that you can issue start and stop in that way also:
Hope that helps - i'm of the opinion that linuxconf is a very
weak utility. Anytime i've ever used it, i have had problems
as a result.... you cant really go wrong by learning command line
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From: V.P.Singh Gill [mailto:gill_vpsingh at yahoo.com]
Sent: 05 November 2001 14:17
Subject: [ILUG] Any solution to NIC settings problem?
Has anybody found any solution to the followign problem in RHL 7.2?
When I make any changes in the network settings using Linuxconf, the
settings do not come into being until i reboot the system! Or atleast please
tell me which files to modify so that I can implement that changes by just
restarting the network service.
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