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Re: IPRange() on multihomed machines

From: Tod Oace
Subject: Re: IPRange() on multihomed machines
Date: Tue, 30 Dec 2003 15:19:02 -0800

Which version of cfengine?

I'm in the midst of upgrading to 2.1.0p1.

And the machine you're testing on is 2.1.0p1?

You might do a "cfagent -v -p". If all the interfaces are listed in the
defined classes then you're probably in good shape. Otherwise you're

It seems to find all the interfaces:

Address given by nameserver:
Interface 1: lo
Interface 2: lo:0
Interface 3: lo:1
Interface 4: eth0
Interface 5: eth1

But it looks like IPRange() is only applied to the eth0 interface, and
it looks like it's only using eth0 when defining the ipv4_* classes.

That seems odd. I just checked one of my multihomed Linux systems (Redhat 7.1.2r9) and I see ipv4_* class definitions for both its eth0 and eth1 interfaces.


Tod Oace, Intel Corporation <address@hidden>

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