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Re: About Debian edu manual terminology, etc.

Dear Frans Spiesschaert, Wolfgang Schweer,

On 5/11/19 2:02 AM, Frans Spiesschaert wrote:
hoxp18 schreef op za 11-05-2019 om 01:17 [+0900]:
On 5/11/19 12:58 AM, Wolfgang Schweer wrote:
On Fri, May 10, 2019 at 11:53:45PM +0900, hoxp18 wrote:
eth0 and eth1 is preconfigured in /etc/network/interfaces,
but they fail when "service networking start".

/sys/class/net shows the NICs as "enp0s31f6" and "enp1s0".

I replaced eth0 and eth1 by them. Then it works.

Please check /etc/default/grub, for the "Minimal" profile it should
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="net.ifnames=0 quiet"
If it isn't the case, adjust it and run 'update-grub' and reboot.

This makes sure that eth0 and eth1 are kept.

An alternative is to switch to the new network interfaces naming
scheme: the release-notes for buster explain how to accomplish this.
See  https://ddp-team.pages.debian.net/release-notes/amd64/release-note

Both seems interesting for me. I'll try them as possible as I can.

IMHO, for Debian Edu Buster, keeping ethN scheme seems better,
with making sure about the kernel setting,
because both code and manual seems to keep ethN scheme.

When I build the gateway with plain Debian,
It seems I should switch to the new naming scheme,
using nftables instead of iptables.

BTW the page at ddp-team.pages.debian.net shows only 404 for me.
I guess it it because I'm accessing from Japan or some other auth
and/or firewall related, etc.

I'll read

and the ch-information.en.html#migrate-interface-names page, instead.

Thank you for giving fine information.


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