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eth1 missing!

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I have two nics in this box along with a Digium TDM800P and te120p (analog and digital telephony cards).

eth0 works fine.
The TE120P is showing up in hwconf as eth1, the tdm card is showing up as eth2. This is all well and good. I had eth1 as a realtek ethernet card, and it was working until I put the two telephony cards in there.

Thus, my quandry, how do I get that realtek network card to show up again? It is not even showing up in lspci.

I have the feeling I am going to need to delete all traces of it and re-set it up. But how?
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Remove all cards and placed them one bye one to detect

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your system may have reassigned the address so it may be like eth2.

try running ifconfig -a to list all your network cards and see what it returns.
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Turns out the bracket for the card was a little warped, and screwing it down pulled it out of the slot just barely.
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