I'm currently running snv_129 (EON NAS image). I think I have somehow shorted one of my PHYs and I'm trying to debug the issue.
/etc/hostname.rge0 192.168.250.20 /etc/hostname.rge1 192.168.250.21
Router: 192.168.250.1 Network 192.168.250.0/24
I'm trying to switch the active/primary NIC from rge0 to rge1 and am unsure how to go about doing this (I really should have stayed with Linux, which I know a whole lot better).
Anyhow, netstat -rn gives me this:
Dest: default GW: 192.168.250.1 flags: UG
192.168.250.0 192.168.250.20 Interface: rge0
I cannot ping anything when using rge0 as the primary interface. I don't really have the skills with Solaris to know how to debug this issue.
svcs -a says everything is online, and I can ping 192.168.250.20 whether it's plugged in or not.
Any help would be appreciated, and I'm happy to add more information if necessary
My eventual goal was to do link aggregation. At this point, all I want is to return one of the two interfaces to functioning order - just one.
I've followed some of the advice below. Here is what I've done since last update:
Disable interface 1 in the BIOS. (only one interface detected)
LINK: rge0 MEDIA: ethernet STATE: down SPEED: 1000 DUPLEX: full DEVICE: rge0
flags: UP BROADCAST MULTICAST IPv4 (RUNNING is not present) inet: 192.168.250.20 netmask ffffff00 broadcast 192.168.250.255 ether ff:7f:7f:7f:7f:7f
Anybody have any ideas on next steps?