Re: Order of network interfaces (WLAN and ethernet)
On Friday 31 March 2006 13:29, Philipp Frauenfelder wrote:
> I have a Fujitsu Siemens Lifebook E 4010D with a wlan and
> ethernet adapter (the one where you have to plug in a cable
> before being online). Most stuff works fine, also both network
> interfaces. However, sometimes my wlan is eth0 (and ethernet is
> eth1) sometimes the ethernet is eth0 (and wlan is eth1).
> How can I fix the assigning of the network interface to the
> hardware? I guess what plays a role here is the sequence in
> which the drivers are loaded (ipw2200 for the wlan and 8139too
> for the ethernet). As far as I can tell from the boot messages,
> udev loads the modules.
> Btw, I am using stock Debian kernels (2.6.15 and 2.6.16) and
> Thanks for any hints.
Look into using ifrename (a debian package).