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configure lan1 on hp-ux 9.05

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When I type lanscan, I saw lan0 and lan1.  I have configure lan1 to be 192.168.16.160, and when
I update the routing table via route add 192.168.16.0 192.168.16.2 1,  the routing table show lan0, but
I want to user lan1.  SAM also shows lan0 and lan1, but lan0 is disable, ifconfig lan0 shows no such
interface.  I want to user lan1 in the routing table.

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by:tonyl022498
ID: 1812912
Correction.

I want to give lan0 an IP address.  When I use SAM configure
lan0, it tells me that no such interface but lanscan shows
lan0 and lan1 exist, lan0 is down.  How I can enable or
configure lan0.  I try "ifconfig lan0 up" and I got
no such interface error.
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jhance earned 100 total points
ID: 1812913
First of all, does this computer ACTUALLY have two network adapters?  If not, then what you are trying to do is not possible.

Assuming that is does have two adapters, you use SAM to configure each one individually and assign each one a DIFFERENT IP address.  If SAM show the device as disabled, then you haven't configured it correctly.  You should select the device in SAM and configure it properly for your network.  ipconfig will not show an unconfigured lan device.
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by:tonyl022498
ID: 1812914
I was able to connect the HP-UX to the network, bad cable.
On the HP-UX, you cannot configure the lan1 if the RJ-45 is
bad, not true with Solaris.

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