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CentOS cPanel Server - No network Devices are showing

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Hello!

I have a quick problem which I hope somebody will be ale to help me with - I have just installed CentOS from the CentOS DVD. However the Network Devices are not listing (there's no eth0 or eth1).

How do I go about reading them? I've searched Google however they seem to be insanity long ways of doing it - just wanted to see if anybody has got any better ideas!?
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by:Bxoz
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if you have a DHCP server on your network. You can do a
dhclient

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No I do not have a DHCP Server - this box needs a static IP as it's an independant web server
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So you can run
dmesg | grep eth

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To find all your eth interface
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by:BTATE91
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I think this could be a problem with VMware ESXi the hypervisor I've installed this server on. it would appear that it's not allowing the setup of the network card.
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The DC has stepped in and resolved the problem at last!

Thanks for the assistance!
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DC Resolved the problem
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