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Additional Network Card on Sun Ultra 10

By Haissam ·
Friends,

I just got a Sun Ultra 10 with an additional network adapter (to the onboard one). Ifconfig used to show that adapter as hme1 but I wasn't using it. Now I intend to start using it but I found out that ifconfig only shows hme0 and hme1 disappeared completely. Any suggestions?

Regards,

Haissam

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by guy In reply to Additional Network Card o ...

Each Network Card needs its own unique setting, so I would check with the Manufacturer's configuration utility in the control panel. Or else there is Windows NT Diagnostics in the Administrative Tools folder. Also each card will need its own IP address.

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by hugevlad In reply to Additional Network Card o ...

By default SUN`s network adapters share same MAC-address. Try to setup unique addresses via monitor (to enter monitor press <Stop><A> on keyboard).
You doesn`t provide enough information. What output produce ifconfig, when you issue:
ifconfig hme1
?
You can mail me hugevlad@yahoo.com
With best regards,
Vlad.

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by rkeckler2000 In reply to Additional Network Card o ...

You are going to have to re plumb it. Use the ifconfig command :
ifconfig hme1 198.175.1.1 netmask 255.255.255.0 plumb
then: ifconfig hme1 up

Use the ip number and netmask that is needed for you.

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