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What does it mean when I have the NO-CARRIER flag on a network interface when using the "ip a" command? EDIT: Nevermind, found out it means the interface is up ...
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- 06-04-2010 #1
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[SOLVED] No-carrier on network interface
EDIT: Nevermind, found out it means the interface is up but the cable is not plugged in.
So Lower_up is used to know if the cable is plugged in or not, and No-carrier is used to say that the interface is up and running but the cable is missing. Neat.