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Subject: Re: NIC naming
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> On 26 Oct 2015, at 17:30, Matthew Seaman <> wrote:
> This probably doesn't solve your problem, which appears to be knowing
> which of the ethernet ports on your machine is em0 -- the usual method
> to do that is by ifconfig'ing everything else down and then testing with
> a network cable until you find the working port.  However it might help
> clarify the system configuration.

ifconfig will give you the MAC of the card. I'm not sure if there's a standa=
rd tool for it, but it should be easy to do something like "rename the card w=
ith MAC address X to Y"

Personally, I've started renaming along the lines of renaming em0 to em_lan0=
, em1 to em_wan1 and so on. Makes it a bit easier to see what's going on, bo=
th for when another admin might inherit the box, and also for myself, if I h=
aven't touched the box in a few years.=20

Sure, you could argue all of this should be documented somewhere as well - a=
nd you wouldn't be wrong - but renaming makes things obvious where the next a=
dmin will look, not just in some doc that might be somewhere he didn't.=20


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