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Old 11th July 2011
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Default router configuration !!

I need help asap plz.

I have a alix6e1 board and openbsd os installed on cf card.

However , i need help to setup static ip interface .

Moreover i need help to understand what do i need for seting up a router.

Each proposal will be welcome frindes.
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I need help asap plz.
This is a volunteer site. Those that choose to answer do so whenever they have time.
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I have a alix6e1 board and openbsd os installed on cf card.
How was OpenBSD installed onto the CF card?

If you attached the CF card to another system through a CF-to-USB connector, the device nodes in /etc/fstab will be set relative to the system where OpenBSD was installed. This will not match the device node used when transferred to your Alix board where the CF card will now be a boot device. You can correct this by manually editing /etc/fstab.

Personally, I find it simpler to connect the Alix to another system through a serial cable where the second system is set up as both a DHCP & TFTP server, & boot the Alix board through PXE. Setting up a DHCP server, TFTP server, & booting via PXE are all explained in Section 6 of the FAQ.
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However , i need help to setup static ip interface .
If you didn't specify the IP addresses when installing, you can find discussion on what needs to be modified in hostname.if(5) by studying Section 6.2.1 of the FAQ.
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Moreover i need help to understand what do i need for seting up a router.
Preliminaries are covered in Section 6.2.8 of the FAQ. You will also want to study the route(8) manpage.
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