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device manager says its insrtance 2 of my network card yet there is no instance 1 and there is only 1 card installled every few days the card goes dead and device manager says it cant find free resources ive removed the card and the drivers dozens of times yet it still says its instance 2 any ideas thank you...

  1. #1

    Default network card

    device manager says its insrtance 2 of my network card yet
    there is no instance 1 and there is only 1 card
    installled every few days the card goes dead and device
    manager says it cant find free resources ive removed the
    card and the drivers dozens of times yet it still says its
    instance 2 any ideas

    thank you
    s mcdonald Guest

  2. #2

    Default Network card

    Hello,
    I just installed a V480 with 2 Quad Fast ethernet
    and when irun ifconfig -a, i don't see the 2cards ce gigaswift and the 7
    other port that are not yet configured.
    Is this normal?
    When i run grep ce /etc/path_to_inst and grep gfe /etc/path_to_inst, i see
    my instance card.
    But when i enter ifconfig -a i just see
    lo0 and qfe0
    Why ?

    Thanks



    mika Guest

  3. #3

    Default Re: Network card

    Plumb them up;

    ifconfig ge0 plumb
    ifconfig ge0 inet v.x.y.z netmask a.b.c.d up

    (ge0 is a guess..)
    (qfe will be qfe0 qfe1 qfe2.... )


    For persistant across reboot
    Add to /etc/hosts
    Add the name in /etc/hostname.<interface>

    hope this helps, Cheer Benno




    "mika" <hakziahotmail.com> wrote in message news:3f24d976_2news.vo.lu...
    > Hello,
    > I just installed a V480 with 2 Quad Fast ethernet
    > and when irun ifconfig -a, i don't see the 2cards ce gigaswift and the 7
    > other port that are not yet configured.
    > Is this normal?
    > When i run grep ce /etc/path_to_inst and grep gfe /etc/path_to_inst, i see
    > my instance card.
    > But when i enter ifconfig -a i just see
    > lo0 and qfe0
    > Why ?
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    >
    >

    Guest

  4. #4

    Default Re: Network card

    Why,

    Because during installation you probably installed only 1 interface the
    qfe0. (and lo0 is your loopback interface...)
    The other interfaces are in "suspend/wait" mode. You have to wake them up
    via ifconfig <interfanename+instance> plumb..
    If you use your grep output of the path_to_inst file and plumb those
    interfaces... they will sow up with
    ip 0.0.0.0 etc

    Hth



    "mika" <hakziahotmail.com> wrote in message news:3f24d976_2news.vo.lu...
    > Hello,
    > I just installed a V480 with 2 Quad Fast ethernet
    > and when irun ifconfig -a, i don't see the 2cards ce gigaswift and the 7
    > other port that are not yet configured.
    > Is this normal?
    > When i run grep ce /etc/path_to_inst and grep gfe /etc/path_to_inst, i see
    > my instance card.
    > But when i enter ifconfig -a i just see
    > lo0 and qfe0
    > Why ?
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    >
    >

    Remco Guest

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