go to: /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/
make a new file named: ifcfg-eth1
in this file place the below text edit to your needs.
after you've done this reboot and everything should work.
Make sure you don't have an IRQ conflict
Let me know if you need this device to be DHCP.
The file has to be different for DHCP
> I installed a second ethernet card on a linux microserver. When I type
> dmesg, I see that the Kernel is aware of and loaded the driver for that
> ethernet card. When I type ifconfig, there is nothing about eth1, that is
> the second ethernet card I have installed!
> Any ideas what I should do?
> Also, how do I get the IP addresses for the router and hup?
> Ayman Elsaedi
> Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta Georgia, 30332