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NIC Interface Name of SUNBLADE 150

  1. NIC Interface Name of SUNBLADE 150

    Recently, I did a sys-unconfig on my system (hardware: SunBlade150,
    OS: Solaris 8). It wiped out all the network related configuration on
    the system.

    Now, I want to enable the network back. The problem is.... How do I
    find out the interface name?

    i.e. /etc/hostname.hme0 or /etc/hostname.ce0....etc.

    Can I get some advice here? Thank you!


  2. Re: NIC Interface Name of SUNBLADE 150

    kaka.hui@gmail.com wrote:
    > Now, I want to enable the network back. The problem is.... How do I
    > find out the interface name?


    check with

    ifconfig -a plumb; ifconfig -a

  3. Re: NIC Interface Name of SUNBLADE 150

    kaka.hui@gmail.com wrote:
    > Recently, I did a sys-unconfig on my system (hardware: SunBlade150,
    > OS: Solaris 8). It wiped out all the network related configuration on
    > the system.
    >
    > Now, I want to enable the network back. The problem is.... How do I
    > find out the interface name?
    >
    > i.e. /etc/hostname.hme0 or /etc/hostname.ce0....etc.
    >
    > Can I get some advice here? Thank you!
    >


    Try ifconfig -a

    If you don't have the network working, you may have to issue

    ifconfig plumb

    to get the system to see the interface. See man ifconfig.

    And next time, DON'T use sys-unconfig until you have all the information
    you'll need to reconfigure the machine!


  4. Re: NIC Interface Name of SUNBLADE 150

    > Recently, I did a sys-unconfig on my system (hardware: SunBlade150,
    > OS: Solaris 8). It wiped out all the network related configuration on
    > the system.
    >
    > Now, I want to enable the network back. The problem is.... How do I
    > find out the interface name?
    >
    > i.e. /etc/hostname.hme0 or /etc/hostname.ce0....etc.
    >
    > Can I get some advice here? Thank you!


    If there's no additional NIC built in, it's eri0

    Uwe

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