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Change driver Alias(eri,ce)

Posted on 2006-06-14
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How i change my driver alias??
*My system is a Sun sparc Solaris 9.
Now i have configured my system:
*One onboard network driver eri0.
*One pci network driver ce0.

¿I need configure that eri0 change to le0 and ce0 to le1?
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Sorry - not possible.
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But now I'm curious ... why do you need to do this ?
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by:eandino
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Really my problem its that i have an aplication that work whit two network interfaces.
my aplication valid that is a divice le
and check that have 2 interfaces.

now i have 1 interface(onboard) eri0 fast ethernet
and 1 ce0(pci) gigabit ethernet
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What does your application do exactly ?  I've never heard of an application that needs to have a specific network interface driver to work.  Is this related to licensing possibly ?
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