There isnt a way to specify which ip or interface NIS will bind to?

On 5/19/06, Derek Ragona <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
If memory serves YP will grab the first interface.  If you switch the
stacks/IPs on the interfaces I think you will get what you want.

         -Derek


At 05:48 PM 5/19/2006, Steve Kargl wrote:
>I have 2 NICS in the master node of a small cluster.
>bge0 is connected to the outside world with a FQDN
>and registered DNS IP address.  bge1 is connected to
>a 192.168.0.x internal network.  I'm trying to configure
>NIS for the internal network, but ypinit is grabbing the
>FQDN.  I've read the Handbook and ypinit manual page
>without too much enlightment. :(
>
>What I'm after is
>
>192.168.0.10      NIS master server
>192.168.0.11      NIS slave server
>192.168.0.[12-15] NIS clients
>
>Anyone have a pointer to a method to achieve my goals.
>
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