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Hi, As I have checked via ifconfig, there are bond0 to bond4. How can I change the IP of the server? I tried using the way on the eth0, but ...
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    Hi,

    As I have checked via ifconfig, there are bond0 to bond4. How can I change the IP of the server? I tried using the way on the eth0, but it didn't work.

    thanks,

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    Not knowing what liux version you are using, you might look for the interface ifcfg-bond# config file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lazydog View Post
    Not knowing what liux version you are using, you might look for the interface ifcfg-bond# config file.
    I'm using GNU/Linux...

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    all versions of linux are GNU/Linux what I was looking for was which one, i.e., Redhat Slackware Ubuntu etc.

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