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Old 28th April 2005, 04:13 AM
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Proper way to give ethX MAC address Y ?

We have a "raidzone" raid array whose OS looks to be based on redhat from about the year 2000. It has 3 ethernet interfaces. The machine seems to boot and associate eth0,eth1,eth2 with the same MAC addresses everytime, but I would like to make sure this happens (or find out where it is made to happen). What is the standard "redhat way" of doing this?
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