> On Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 6:21 AM, Kae Verens <kae at verens.com> wrote:
>> There is a primary IP, .233, attached to eth0, which stays up all the time.
>> It's the aliases attached to eth0:x that keep dropping.
>> Are you using NetworkManager and NetworkManagerDispatcher? It might
> trigger that kind of behaviour.
no - not using it. plain old networking.
> I am guessing you scrutinized all the entries in /var/log and didn't
> find something relevant ?
first place I looked.
it's a damned mystery. to the machine itself, nothing at all out of the
ordinary appears to be happening. External machines simply stop
connecting to various alias IPs after a while.
I would suspect the router connected to the machine, except that that
wouldn't explain why resetting the IP settings brings it back up.
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