[PC-BSD Public] oddity in http://docs.pcbsd.org/guide/ section 11 (networking)

John . comp.john at googlemail.com
Thu Nov 20 09:58:21 PST 2008


In section 11 (Networking) of the guide, there is the following text:


IP address: The IP address you want for the selected network
interface. This IP address cannot be a public IP and needs to belong
to private network IP addresses.


now, I have a real /28 and *want* to use one out of my allocation. I
do this in FreeBSD and OpenBSD. Can I not do this in PC-BSD as
described in section 11 of the handbook? Or do I have to go via the
ifconfig/rc.conf route?



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