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ATL1E : Interrupt coalescing / ringbuffer / offloads settings

Since I managed to find my way though atl1e source code and because of erroneous code comments I found there and, even more, because this facility is documented absolutely nowhere on earth, I post ...
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Delete a bond interface created from /etc/network/interfaces (ifupdown)?

Bond being enslaved since 1992 Bonds expects 1million for each year of abuse. Worst meanest build ever made please delete immediately it is an impersonated account
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Intel network adaptor E810 -- driver loading issue "Direct firmware load for * failed with error -2"

As Alex said, it looks like the driver cannot find the Comms DDP Package that you have loaded (This generally due to bad file format on the ice.pkg). Alex's solution however is only if you want to ...
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nmcli get actual name of interface (e.g. tun0) from connection name

NetworkManager has this information, but it seems like it's only available on the device. Hence, first get the device(s) then look it up: nmcli -g GENERAL.DEVICES con show <connection-name> | ...
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RHEL: man page for interface configuration files

If the NetworkManager package is installed on CentOS/RHEL v7, then man -k ifcfg prints : # man -k ifcfg ifcfg (8) - simplistic script which replaces ifconfig IP management nm-settings-ifcfg-...
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How to determine next available network interface name and ip range?

Just for fun, here's a FreeBSD solution, based on the assumption that tunN will use local IP 172.16.N.1 and remote IP 10.172.N.1: #!/usr/bin/env bash # what's the base name of the network interface? ...
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How to determine next available network interface name and ip range?

For next available tap device, you can use following function: function nextTapDevice() { counter=-1 while [ $? -eq 0 ]; do counter=$(($counter+1)) ip link show tap$counter &...
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How to determine next available network interface name and ip range?

#!/bin/bash i=0; while [ $i -ne 5 ] do sudo ip tuntap add tap$i mode tap &>/dev/null if [[ $? -eq 0 ]]; then echo "$i" exit 0 fi i=$(($i+1)) done exit 1 Tries tun0 to ...
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Untagged interface in Linux?

You can create a bridge between a physical interface (eth0) and a vlan interface (eth1:10). This bridge will then allow untagged packets from the physical interface (eth0) to communicate with the ...
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