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 Using a Linux failover router

"Begin by setting up your network based on the configuration information available to you. You can make the configurations from the X Window GUI using the Network utility. To do so, open the Network utility from Main Menu > System Settings > Network. This will open up a network configuration window displaying a list of all the network cards installed on your system. Double-click on the network card you wish to configure, select the Statically Set IP Addresses option, and assign the IP address along with the subnet mask. There is also a Default Gateway Address field; tou can leave it blank for the time being, as it can be specified later on from the command line."
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 (Submitted by Noel Fri Apr 15, 2005 )

  


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