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Hi all,

How do i set up static IP on fedora 9 and it stays on when it reboots?

I tried ifconfig --- Works, but does not stay on when it reboots

I tried to edit /etc/sysconfig/network-scipts/ifcfg-eth0, but when it reboots, it's not the right IP.

Even during installation, i set up as static ip (192.168.0.253), when it finished instalaltion and reboot, the ip address is 192.168.0.95 instead of 192.168.0.253
i checked the ifcfg-eth0 file, it stated 192.168.0.253

Please help
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try to set it up using command line tool

setup
        -> Network Configuration
               
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Hi omarfarid,

I have no gui interface..
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you need to run it from command line not gui (e.g. if you ssh or telnet to the system remotely or from the console login from text based terminal)
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type... if you installed on setup...

system-config-network
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if not just installed...

yum install system-config-network
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If this is a home configuration, I think the router-modem sets a range like from 64-255 or something like that...
range-DHCP
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Oppsss...
DHCP-range.jpeg
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Hi there,
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i found out the problem..

Network manager service is the problem..

I have to disabled NetworkManager service and restart "network service" and my static Ip config picks in :) and it stays when it reboots.

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