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0001179: make software versions tell you in a simplier way which interface is green after first boot (put ever interface in green?) - MantisBT
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0001179Endian FirewallInstallationpublic2008-07-29 16:332010-09-21 09:22
yxcv 
 
normalfeatureN/A
acknowledgedopen 
2.2-rc2 
future 
0001179: make software versions tell you in a simplier way which interface is green after first boot (put ever interface in green?)
After install and restart there is not clear wich interface is selected as default green interface

after find out wich eth is used for .. endian is reachable and can be firsttime configured ... matter is, that there's no simple way to see wich interface is currently used as green ...
the default selected isn't it.
so just play lotto if u took the right one (currently used as green)

if not, try the connectors to figure out
or
reset to factory defaults and try again to get the curently connected interface (tested one time)
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duplicate of 0000791closed  Assignement of network devices is random 
Issue History
2008-07-29 16:33yxcvNew Issue
2008-07-30 15:01cpainchaudNote Added: 0001483
2008-07-30 15:25yxcvNote Added: 0001486
2008-09-03 19:16peter-endianRelationship addedduplicate of 0000791
2010-09-21 09:22peter-endianSeverityminor => feature
2010-09-21 09:22peter-endianStatusnew => acknowledged
2010-09-21 09:22peter-endianTarget Version => future
2010-09-21 09:22peter-endianSummarywrong green interface selected by default => make software versions tell you in a simplier way which interface is green after first boot (put ever interface in green?)

Notes
(0001483)
cpainchaud   
2008-07-30 15:01   
look at /etc/businfotab in console , it will tell which pci id is ethX.

then use 'lspci' to know which card it is ...
(0001486)
yxcv   
2008-07-30 15:25   
ok, this will work, too.
thx

but i mean it's not very comfortable.
select the current assigned (from install) in the webconfig will be much more comfortable.


greetz