Jason Williams wrote:
That seemed to have done the trick, manually. Im guessing, I could put the same thing in my rc.conf file, but with proper syntax:

ifconfig_fxp0_alias0="inet netmask 0xffffff

On a side note, if you set something up in rc.conf, how can you manually start it without having to reboot?

The rc.conf configuration above could be manually done via:

ifconfig fxp0 alias netmask 0xffffff

Other changes to rc.conf may require you to to run a startup script-- check /usr/local/etc/rc.d-- or do something else, depending on what the change is.


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