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Re: [Xen-users] IPTABLES on Xen

I did changed the PEERDNS entry and when I did a service network
restart for some time the machine started giving reply of ping which I
was able to see on the other machine
but it is giving an error Bringing up interface eth0:RTNETLINK answers
:File exists
I do not wish to remove network manager gnome is it necessary

I did chkconfig NetworkManager off and then restarted the network service
machine started giving reply of ping for some time
but then it stopped giving reply of ping.
> Do you have NetworkManager running? If so, stop it and disable it:
> If you are running CentOS you should be able to change the ifcfg-eth*
> scripts in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts to not automatically set DNS
> according to the gateway.
> In the ifcfg-ethX (where X is the interface number that your server is
> connected to the network, eg eth0) file you can add PEERDNS=no to stop
> it from overwriting the DNS entries.



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