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RE: nic naming confusion
- To: 'Csaba Bobák' <rendszergazdi_(_at_)_trendkft_(_dot_)_hu>, misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: RE: nic naming confusion
- From: "Nellis, Nick" <Nick_(_dot_)_Nellis_(_at_)_uk_(_dot_)_thalesgroup_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2001 12:28:40 -0000
I should imagine that you have put in 2 different brands of nics. *BSD
doesnt use 1 name for all network cards, fxp* i believe are intel nics, rl*
are tulip based ones?
there wont be a problem. you havent done anything wrong.
just configure them as need be substituting the relevant interface name
where need be.
From: Csaba Bobák [mailto:rendszergazdi_(_at_)_trendkft_(_dot_)_hu]
Sent: 30 October 2001 12:02
Subject: nic naming confusion
I am kindda new to this list as well as to oBSD.
I am setting up an oBSD firewall so I put 2 nics it the computer.
Upon install I noticed that the first one is called fxp0 (that's ok) and
the second one is called rl0.
Why? Why is it not fxp1? What is rl0? What am I doing wrong?
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