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Old 17th July 2014
EverydayDiesel EverydayDiesel is offline
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Default Changing Which Interface Is Assigned To Network Interface (physical) Port

I know this is kind of a crazy request but I have a computer that has 4 network interfaces and OpenBSD 5.5 has installed them in different order then i would have expected.

Is there any way to change this?

[ xl1 ] [ xl2 ]
[ xl3 ] [ xl0 ]

I would like it to have more uniform is possible. Maybe something like.

[ xl0 ] [ xl1 ]
[ xl2 ] [ xl3 ]
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