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  • This IP Address is not controlled by an InterWorx-created config file.

    Hi all,

    This IP Address is not controlled by an InterWorx-created config file. Some options may be disabled.

    Where and what needs to be edited? the Ipv4 is not Managed by Interworx.

    Centos 7.x, v6.3.15

    thanks,

  • #2
    Hi bblori

    I hope your well

    Sorry I am not fully understanding your post

    If you want to manually edit the ip as it is not controlled by IW manager, then you would need to ssh into server, run as root or sudo vi /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-your nic

    First look to what it is though, by ssh into server cd /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts

    ls

    Look for ifcfg-

    As an example, on our test server there are 4, ifcfg-em1 ifcfg-em2 etc

    Exactly what you need to change if anything is hard to say unless you post what your trying to do

    Many thanks

    John

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    • #3
      Thanks d2d4j,

      I don't know if this is the proper way to fix this issue.

      # I created the file /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0:iw1

      With the following:

      DEVICE=eth0:iw1
      IPADDR= my_ip
      NETMASK=255.255.255.0
      ONBOOT=yes

      # service network restart

      Now the the IP, Managed by Interworx is set to yes :)

      Centos 7.6


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      • #4
        Hi bblori

        Many thanks

        I suspect your looking at the 1 nic IW cannot control which is the actual network for server prior to running IW installer

        IW can create many ip addresses itself and adds them as you have created

        The initial IP address though, we leave outside of IW

        However, should anything go wrong with IP Address or it needs changing (this is the IP address prior to IW installer been run) then you can edit it manually. However you may need to be at the actual server if no network is working

        The above though is usually used if day you change your network range/cidr

        Many thanks

        John

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