netcfg didn't do the trick. I removed the asliases, but it downed the
whole interface. When I put it up again with ifconfig eth1 up, all
aliases were back again :(
I did remove the aliased ifcfg.... files and tried 'ifconfig eth1 down
/up', tried 'ifdown/ifup' and even tried '/etc/rc.d/init.d/network
restart'. All in vain. a reboot probably would do the trick, but I can't
imagine that would be necessary. Besides, it's a busy little machine.
I am using net-tools-1.53-1, which looks quite fresh to me.
Anyone got hints left?
From: Viswanathan Prakash [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: woensdag 23 mei 2001 23:57
To: Noah Romer
Cc: Serge Maandag; Linux-Net (E-mail)
Subject: Re: removing ip aliases
Or because you're running RH in this case, you can delete the filename
like for eg., /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth1:1
On Wed, 23 May 2001, Noah Romer wrote:
> Serge Maandag wrote:
> > Does anybody know how I remove ip aliases on a redhat 6.0 machine?
> > ifconfig eth1:1 down downs eth1 and all it's aliases.
> > ifdown doesn't eat aliases.
> If you've got XWindows running on the system, you can try running
> `netcfg` and remove the aliases.
> Noah Romer
> Driver Developer, CM gopher and Linux Whipping Boy
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> LSI Logic Corp.
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