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by darcyr
2020/11/26 14:45:05
Forum: CentOS 7 - Networking Support
Topic: "Automatically Connect" and Static vs Dynamic IP addresses
Replies: 7
Views: 312

Re: "Automatically Connect" and Static vs Dynamic IP addresses

jlehtone wrote:
2020/11/26 12:49:28
Looks "normal".
So do you think it's possible the network itself is somehow forcing the port to use DHCP instead of the static IP that was set?

It only seems to do this *if* the DHCP connection will work and connect to the internet.
by darcyr
2020/11/24 20:44:57
Forum: CentOS 7 - Networking Support
Topic: "Automatically Connect" and Static vs Dynamic IP addresses
Replies: 7
Views: 312

Re: "Automatically Connect" and Static vs Dynamic IP addresses

These are the values being pulled. Is there anything suspicious here? The "enp4s0" profile just fell off from static to DHCP... [root@host ~]# nmcli -f ipv4 c s enp4s0 ipv4.method: manual ipv4.dns: -- ipv4.dns-search: -- ipv4.dns-options: "" ipv4.dns-priority: 0 ipv4.addresses: 10.120.78.50/23 ipv4....
by darcyr
2020/11/24 17:15:06
Forum: CentOS 7 - Networking Support
Topic: "Automatically Connect" and Static vs Dynamic IP addresses
Replies: 7
Views: 312

Re: "Automatically Connect" and Static vs Dynamic IP addresses

we set a static IP on an ethernet port, and when we restart the device, it suddenly swaps over to dynamic / DHCP. How do you set the IP? PS. My preferred method to set static IP is by DHCP server handing out predetermined address for the device. We are setting it using `nmtui`. For your preferred m...
by darcyr
2020/11/24 00:53:57
Forum: CentOS 7 - Networking Support
Topic: "Automatically Connect" and Static vs Dynamic IP addresses
Replies: 7
Views: 312

"Automatically Connect" and Static vs Dynamic IP addresses

Hello! I have been encountering this strange issue where we would set a static IP on an ethernet port, and when we restart the device, it suddenly swaps over to dynamic / DHCP. What could cause this? I wanted to check in on the "Automatically Connect" checkbox - does this mean that it will *try* to ...
by darcyr
2020/01/24 20:22:51
Forum: CentOS 7 - Networking Support
Topic: How to "reactivate" the e1000e driver that is no longer working on a network device?
Replies: 3
Views: 997

Re: How to "reactivate" the e1000e driver that is no longer working on a network device?

TrevorH wrote:
2020/01/24 17:23:06
Have you tried powering the machine down completely and removing the power lead from it for 30s or so? Hardware does sometimes go off into limbo and needs that sort of thing done to it to resuscitate it!
Yes, we've tried this, to no avail. :cry:
by darcyr
2020/01/24 15:30:32
Forum: CentOS 7 - Networking Support
Topic: How to "reactivate" the e1000e driver that is no longer working on a network device?
Replies: 3
Views: 997

How to "reactivate" the e1000e driver that is no longer working on a network device?

I'm very confused! I have two open ports enp4s0 and eno1. One is DHCP and one is a static IP and both have been working smoothly up until a few days ago. Suddenly, the eno1 NIC seems to have disappeared. It's still being identified but it's missing the e1000e driver somehow, or perhaps it's not usin...

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