2.30 TC-A2030 Remote Connection Fails Because the NIC Name Is Displayed As tmpxxxxx in Red Hat OS
Publication Date: 2012-07-18Views: 88Downloads: 0
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In the Red Hat 5 series, after the OS is restarted, the device cannot be pinged through. Log in remotely or locally the device through the sol. Run the ifconfig –a command and eth0 cannot be discovered but a NIC with the extension of _tmpxxxxx is discovered.
Step 1 Log in as user root to the device, and run the modprobe –r igb;modprobe igb command (in order to remount the NIC driver and recover the NIC name) and log in the device again.
When entering two commands in the same line, you need to separate them with the semicolon to ensure that the two commands can be sent simultaneously After you run the two commands, the device will be disconnected from the network. You need to re-connect the device to the network. Step 2 Run the setup command and configure the NIC according to the prompts (in order to add the MAC address in the configuration file ifcfg-eth0.cfg).
1. As shown in Figure 2-26, choose Network Configuration > Run Tool. Figure 1-1 Choose a Tool interface
2. Press the Enter key to enter the Secret Action interface, as shown in Figure 2-27, select Edit a device params. Figure 1-2 Secret Action interface
3. Press the Enter key to enter the Manual Configuration interface, as shown in Figure 2-28. After editing the network configuration file according to the field situation, select OK to save the configurations and exit the interface. Figure 1-3 Manual Configuration interface
4. Press the Enter key to return the Secret Action interface, as shown in Figure 2-27. Select Save&Quit and press the Enter key to save the configurations and exit the interface. Step 3 The device can be remotely connected after the restart, the fault is removed.
The MAC address is not set in the NIC configuration file.