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Can someone show me a simplified tutorial that explains how to bind IPs in Linux (Centos / Redhat)?

For example, got a dedicated server with a /29

123.123.123.0/29

So I have to bind that /29 where 123.123.123.2 is the IP I'll access via ssh in order to do so.

Thanks.

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Check my recently posted answer for this question: serverfault.com/questions/131339/centos-multiple-ip-addresses/… –  PowerSp00n Apr 12 '10 at 13:09

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CentOS is based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. I've linked some of their documentation. If you have a more detailed question, we will likely be able to assist further.

Interface Configuration Files

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