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How to solve "Delaying eth1 initialization" problem?

gogogogo Posts: 120Member
Hi,

I have 2 network cards:

eth0 -> pppoe broadband connection
eth1 -> 192.168.0.1 gateway for other workstations to have broadband sharing.

Everything is fine until yesterday. The eth1 was not brought up and showed eth1 "Delaying eth1 initialization". I cannot bring it up through command line or linuxconf. Most Worstly, I cannot connect to Broadband from pppoe.

How can I fix this problem?

I tried to re-plugged both network cards and init 6 the machine. Still not recognized.

I encountered the same problem one mth ago and I re-installed redhat 7 again. But, I had many installed software on the current machine and I don't want to re-install it again and again. Is the hardware problem?

Anyone could help?

Thanks in advance.

gogo

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  • ericluiericlui Posts: 1Member
    : Hi,
    :
    : I have 2 network cards:
    :
    : eth0 -> pppoe broadband connection
    : eth1 -> 192.168.0.1 gateway for other workstations to have broadband sharing.
    :
    : Everything is fine until yesterday. The eth1 was not brought up and showed eth1 "Delaying eth1 initialization". I cannot bring it up through command line or linuxconf. Most Worstly, I cannot connect to Broadband from pppoe.
    :
    : How can I fix this problem?
    :
    : I tried to re-plugged both network cards and init 6 the machine. Still not recognized.
    :
    : I encountered the same problem one mth ago and I re-installed redhat 7 again. But, I had many installed software on the current machine and I don't want to re-install it again and again. Is the hardware problem?
    :
    : Anyone could help?
    :
    : Thanks in advance.
    :
    : gogo
    :


    Did you have the kernel module for the ethernet card ?

    You could upgrade you kernel with RPM to fix that problem.

    re-install is not a good (the only )way to solve problem on Linux (not like other OS) :)

    ericlui




  • gogogogo Posts: 120Member
    Hi,

    : Did you have the kernel module for the ethernet card ?
    :
    : You could upgrade you kernel with RPM to fix that problem.

    Could you tell me how to check the kernel whether it has the ethernet card module? And how to upgrade the kernel to fix it?

    Thanks a lot.

    gogo


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