ifdown/ifup under FreeBSD?
s.kachelmann at googlemail.com
Fri Dec 18 09:36:57 UTC 2009
On Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 4:17 PM, Greg Larkin <glarkin at freebsd.org> wrote:
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> Sandra Kachelmann wrote:
>> On Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 3:46 PM, Igor V. Ruzanov <igorr at canmos.ru> wrote:
>>> |Under RedHat Linux I can configure an interface, routes and so on in
>>> |/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/routes-eth1 then simply run:
>>> |$ ifup eth1
>>> |and it will set all the routes/netconfig/aliases I just configured.
>>> |Is there something similar in FreeBSD?
>>> |I tried configuring aliases in /etc/rc.conf and running:
>>> |$ /etc/rc.d/netif restart
>>> |but that just ended in errors that the route was already configured
>>> |and so on. Sure I could do all the work manually with ifconfig and
>>> |route but that's not my question.
>>> Under FreeBSD (as well as under Linux) you could use Zebra (Zebra/Quagga
>>> projects) to configure any interfaces/routing specific things.
>> I try to avoid doing complex routing things on my servers. I leave
>> that up to the NOC guys. They can do that on their fancy cisco
>> switches. I want just one route per interface :-)
>> I just wanted to add a seperate route/ip for the second interface,
>> make it permanent by adding it to /etc/rc.conf and tell my FreeBSD to
>> pretend it's booting up by running /etc/rc.d/netif restart. As others
>> pointed out I forgot /etc/rc.d/route.
> Hi all,
> I use "/etc/netstart", since it includes all of the commands listed
> previously, as well as others that start the DHCP client, firewall, etc.
That's what i was looking for. How do you use it correctly? Just "sh
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