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Old 11th August 2005, 07:36 PM
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two nic cards bind: Permission denied

FC4 on a machine with two nic cards and only 1 nic is ever in use at a time. If I boot the system
alternating between cards, things seem ok. If I try to switch the cable after the system
boots it seems that the alternate nic is blocked somehow. If I ping another system
the ping defaults to the nic plugged in during boot if I try to ping specifying the interface
ping -I 10.10.20.100 10.10.20.110

I get bind: Permission denied, now my guess is this has something to do with
xinetd or tcp wrappers but not sure. Has anyone run into this problem and knows
how to get around it without a reboot?
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