'Matt Drez' via qubes-users:
>> Try just doing the passthrough first. If you can get the NICS to show up
>> in `lspci` in the two sys-nets and configure networking so you can ping
>> out.
>>
> 
>> Command to attach the NIC: `qvm-pci attach sys-net2 dom0:<PCI-address>`.
>>
> 
>> PCI-address can be found in the output of `qvm-pci`.
> 
> Those are the exact steps I tried but no luck. 
> 
> 
> I have no problem passing the NIC to the gw and it shows up with lspci but it 
> won't acquire an IP. The "funny" thing is that as soon as the sys-net starts 
> the green light goes out on the the NIC. If I issue an `ip addr` command I 
> cannot even see its MAC. 
> 
> 
> I even tried connecting the second NIC to a completely different network and 
> router but made no difference. 
> 
Are you sure the second NIC works under Qubes, even by itself? Also, if
it's dual ports on a single card, try adding a separate physical NIC card.

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