Here's a nice pre-done script that can control cipe as a system service. I
prefer this method myself...ymmv
Syntax for this script after you've installed it:
service ciped start (Starting all cipe interfaces)
service ciped stop (Stopping all cipe interfaces)
service ciped restart (Restart all cipe interfaces)
service ciped status (Reports status of all cipe int.)
service ciped start cipcb0 (Starts only interface cipcb0)
service ciped stop cipcb1 (Stops only interface cipcb1)
At 07:52 PM 15/10/2002 +0400, Kirill S. Tarashev wrote:
>I cann't run more then 1 cipcb device
>I've already tried to start module manualy and automaticaly but system even
>cant find these devices.
>what have I done..
>make 2 option files -> peer1 and peer2
>start daemon ciped-cb -o /etc/cipe/peer1 -> system starts and I have cipcb0
>try to start ciped-cb -o /etc/cipe/peer2 -> system don't say me anything and
>I can't find any new devices or processes.
>Where is my problem?
>P.S. if I down peer1 and up peer2 it works without any problems.
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