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so far ive got this along with the primary inet address with the /27 subnet mask in /etc/rc.conf
ifconfig_rl0_alias*="inet 0.0.0.0 netmask 255.255.255.255" (replacing 0's with ip address of course) Chuck Swiger wrote:
| Marc Cabanatuan wrote: [ ... ] | |> Right now I've got a /27 and I am attemtpting to add 5 addresses |> of that adress block (ipv4) to the box as either seperate |> addreses (not aliases to the primary interface) or seperate |> addresses bound to sub-interfaces. So far I have been |> unsuccessful and the host told me to use aliases. | | | FreeBSD doesn't let you configure multiple IP addresses within the | same subnet. You will either have to use different netmasks, or | else use aliases as recommended. | |> I also wish for these settings to stay after (re)boot. | | | See /etc/rc.conf, and add something like: | | # Sample alias entry. #ifconfig_lo0_alias0="inet 127.0.0.254 | netmask 0xffffffff" | |> Not to mention they say my firewall is the problem and they |> couldn't get out to the internet from root console (im using pf |> and have the rule of 'pass out all'. | | | Hmm. | |> Next thing, a second account just 'showed up' on the box with uid |> 0. |> |> toor:*:0:0:Bourne-again Superuser:/root: - from |> /etc/master.passwd |> |> I suspect it was techs from the host, but I want it off the |> machine. How do I do this? | | | FreeBSD ships with a toor account available but disabled, which can | be useful if someone breaks the shell used by the root account | itself. If you want to get rid of it, run vipw. |
- -- Marc Cabanatuan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Network and Systems Administrator A+, Net+, Linux+, CCNA, MCP
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