Need an eth0:1 temporarily, howto?
gene.heskett at gmail.com
Sun May 23 05:49:51 UTC 2010
CRS is catching up with me I believe.
What is the invocation of ifconfig that will bring me up a working eth0:1 at
an address of 192.168.1.3?
One that will let me ping dd-wrt at its std 192.168.1.1 address on a
different 192.168.xx.xx subnet from the regular eth0 .
I've apparently nuked my dd-wrt install on an x86 box, and I need to talk to
it via the eth0:1 address long enough to configure it to work with a *&%$#
cable modem that marries itself to the first MAC address it see's.
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