[CentOS] Network Interfaces Issue

Tue Apr 28 19:10:24 UTC 2020
Tony Schreiner <anthony.schreiner at bc.edu>

On Tue, Apr 28, 2020 at 2:40 PM Jared Jacob <jhamster at chem.byu.edu> wrote:

> I have two network interfaces configured on a server. I would like both of
> them to be configured to start on boot, but when I enable the second
> interface to start on boot I do not have access to the first network
> interface. The second interface is a private network and does not allow any
> communication our or in from any other interfaces.
> I can start the server with the first network interface being the only one
> enabled to start at boot and go in and activate the second interface which
> allows communication on both interfaces, but when they are both enabled to
> start on boot only the private interface can communicate.
> I am running Centos 7.7. Thanks in advance for any assistance you can
> provide.
> Jared Jacob
THe private interface configuration might be setting a default route for
itself, which is not what you want. If you are using the NetworkManager
widget to configure, make sure "use this connection only for resources on
this network" is set

Tony Schreiner