[CentOS] Multiple IP Address
Ross S. W. Walker
rwalker at medallion.com
Fri Sep 14 20:56:12 UTC 2007
Brett Serkez wrote:
> > pretty sure thats configurable in SMB.CONF
> > [global]
> > interfaces = [ (ip address or network interface or ip/mask or
> > broadcast/mask) ...]
> Researched this before I emailed originally, this doesn't do it.
> Even if I specify only the subnet I want in all these places, the
> behavior is unaffected.
> The reason I posted to CentOS and not SAMBA is that from what I can
> tell, the decision as to what address to return seemed to have more to
> do with the OS.
> Does anyone on this know how the OS determines which IP address to
> choose when asked for its address when it has multiple choices. From
> the best I can tell so far, it seems to be the last adapter to start,
> the last one listed in ifconfig.
I have only assumed it is the address that matches it's host name, which
is why I always configure that in the /etc/hosts file.
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