On Sun, Feb 01, 2004 at 09:33:11PM -0000, Paul Kelly :: Blacknight Solutions mentioned:
> > What am I missing if anything. Suggestions please?
> What does ifconfig show you?
Do remember that ifconfig has been deprecated, and no longer gives an
accurate view of networking. You can add IPs and set netmasks/broadcasts
and ifconfig may not show them anymore, unless they were set to specific
interfaces (which "ip address add .... " doesn't do by default.
I know we've been using it for years, but get out of the habit of using
it. The "ip" command is so much nicer anyway.
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