[Snort-users] eth1 and eth2 Breaks Default Route
halljer at ...8709...
Tue Jul 22 13:47:12 EDT 2003
Here's all I have in our eth1 startup file...
>>> John Crain <port123tcp at ...131...> 7/22/2003 2:57:20 PM >>>
There was a typo in the original message. The
A buddy of mine asked the following question on
comp.os.linux.networking, but those folks don't fully
understand why an interface would want to be set to
0.0.0.0/0. If anyone can shed some light on a fix, I'd
like to know. Here's the original question:
I have Red Hat 9 on an X86 with three (3) interfaces
working as an IDS. eth0 is my management interface
with a live IP address. eth1 and eth2 both have their
IP addresses set to 0.0.0.0/0 for data collection.
All IP addresses are set in
When the box boots up my default route is shot through
eth2 (should be eth0) even though I have my GATEWAY
keyword set to the gateway I want. The following are
my ifcfg-eth? entries:
I added "GATEWAY=188.8.131.52" to ifcfg-eth1 and ifcfg-eth2
to see if that would fix things. It doesn't...
Q1: How do I get the system to recognize the proper
gateway as specified in ifcfg-eth0?
Q2: Is there a way to tell an interface to boot in
promiscous mode? I'm thinking there is a keyword that
can be placed in ifcfg-eth?, but I can't find any
reference to that...
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