Ubuntu sudo Ifup eth1 problem
Posted on 2008-10-02
The OS is Ubuntu 2.6.24-19-386. I was wondering why every single time I boot up the machine then I need to do as below in order to get wireless internet connection.
$sudo ifdown eth1
$sudo ifup eth1
Here is the thing! The interface of eth1 is already up after I boot up the machine. Why do I need to bring it down and bring it up again to get the ip address? Maybe I should use another command to obtain the ip that I don't know. Besides, windows XP does not have this kind of problem. As long as the machine is up, the wireless connection is connected and ready to use. I don't need to do ipconfig release/all and renew blah blah blah to obtain ip address. Please let me know what is the proper way to deal with my situation. I am new to Linux. Thanks!