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I added a second interface to a virtual host by mistake, and now I want to remove it. I couldn't find a command to do it, though. How do I accomplish that?

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In the end, just reverse the command to add the interface:

gnt-instance modify --net remove:ip=a.b.c.d
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Please accept your own answer to remove it from the un-answered queue. Thanks :) – AliGibbs Nov 26 '10 at 16:02
@AliGibbs Alas, I can only do so after 48 hours. Not my rules... But it would be removed from that queue if it were to be upvoted. – Daniel C. Sobral Nov 26 '10 at 19:36

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