I’ve been trying to make ONE (v5.2) kick an Ubuntu VM with two IP addresses on one NIC to no avail.
I’ve read the whole Internet and none of the solutions seem to work, so I try ONE network/context experts here. Is there such a solution ?
So far I can very well boot contextualized:
all very well, but just with one IP address per NIC.
I understand that the contextualization package obliterates the newer generation
/etc/netplan/* files which impedes me to try the related known fixes with netplan.
I then resorted to modify the
interfaces file following Debian/Ubuntu standards (legacy alias and latest double IP methods), non of both worked.
So my question is:
is there a working procedure with ONE (5.2) to kick a two IP addresses NIC on Ubuntu 16,18 or 20 ?
What is the tiny little thing that I can not see that is blocking me ?
Thanks a gazillion for help.