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Feb 9 / Greg

Cacti Tutorial – Set IP on my CactiEZ server

This is the first in my series of cacti tutorials.  I’m starting at the start.  Once you have CactiEZ loaded, the first thing you need to do is set a static IP on your server.  I present you with two command line methods to do so. Click below to see the video tutorial!








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  1. cactıuser / Oct 26 2009

    Thank yo so much

  2. Greg / Oct 26 2009

    NP, as always, glad to help…I’m a giver…hehehe

  3. Joseph Mwema / May 11 2010

    This was of great help to me and I really appreciate..

    How can i solve this error when i type;

    http://my CactiEZ server IP /cacti

    i get this error

    “Not Found

    The requested URL /cacti was not found on this server.
    Apache/2.0.63 (CentOS) Server at 192.168.1.104 Port 443”

  4. Greg / May 11 2010

    Joseph,

    Try just browsing to http://MyCactiIP
    Don’t add the /cacti.

  5. Alasdair / Oct 4 2012

    Hi Greg,

    Great tutorial.

    Can you explain what I do to assign multiple ip addresses to 1 network card.

    I would like to have 1 gateway for internet access and 4 ip addresses for talking to different equipment on our network

    192.168.172.x
    192.168.188.x
    10.20.30.x
    10.20.50.x

    Thanks guys

  6. Greg / Oct 4 2012

    @Alasdair
    Try this http://gregsowell.com/?p=578

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