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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0003128||CentOS-5||initscripts||public||2008-09-12 14:09||2008-09-12 15:34|
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|Summary||0003128: VLAN configs do not work when renaming ethernet interfaces to non-numeric.|
|Description||When setting up vlans on ethernet interfaces that have letters in the device file name (ethWAN, ethVZ, ethLAN, etc) instead of numbers only (eth0, eth1, eth5, etc) running 'service network restart' fails when trying to enable the VLANs.|
It also appears, looking at the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifup script, that it will allow VLAN ID's to be specified in excess of 4095. This is not as critical an issue, though.
Attached is a patch that will fix both issues - tested against CentOS 5 with no problems noted.
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Can you please report this issue upstream (if it has not been reported at http://bugzilla.redhat.com/), as we do not change our packages in regard to upstream's packages?
Please give us the link to that bugreport in the bugreport here.
|2008-09-12 14:09||jim-nelson||New Issue|
|2008-09-12 14:09||jim-nelson||File Added: ifup.diff|
|2008-09-12 14:23||range||Note Added: 0007960|
|2008-09-12 14:23||range||Status||new => feedback|
|2008-09-12 15:30||jim-nelson||Note Added: 0007961|
|2008-09-12 15:34||range||Note Added: 0007962|