Subject: Re: multiple network interfaces
To: , <email@example.com>
From: Andrew Gillham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/14/2001 13:36:47
Can you provide the output of the following commands?
dmesg | grep '^e.0:'
Two interfaces should be a no brainer. Both interfaces should be
pingable from other machines on their local subnet, etc.
Unless you have an interrupt conflict between the boards or something.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Douglas Egan" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2001 1:21 PM
Subject: multiple network interfaces
> I am trying to get 2 NIC cards running simultaneously on my V1.5 NetBSD.
> card will run individually on either network, but when I try to get them
> simultaneously I don't have any luck.
> I have packet forwarding enabled in the kernel config file and sysctl says
> net.inet.ip.forwarding is 1.
> Initially I don't want a firewall functionality or router functionality,
> want to access the machines resources (SAMBA and NFS) from two private
> Only the first interface enabled ever responds to pings, even if I
> disable it and make sure the second one is on.
> At the very least I would think that each interface would respond to a
> from its own network.
> Do I have to configure firewall functionality in order to get both
> to work? I will ultimately get there, but for now just want minimal dual
> ex0 3Com905-PCI 192.168.193.133
> ep0 3Com509-ISA 172.31.1.2
> Any help appreciated.
> Doug Egan