Once again, I'm running into something fairly easy, but I'm not sure quite how to do it. I'm retiring one of my older servers (It makes really ominous noises) on account that if I shut it down, I'm reasonably sure it won't come back up.
I've configured all the software I need on it and simply want to assign another ip address to a Network Interface that already has one. No problem, aliasing it was not a problem. The problem: configuring the firewall to allow traffic to that interface. Traffic is hitting the eth1 IP that is destined for the eth1:0 ip. It's probably a simple FW change, but I'm so not seeing it. The frustrating thing is: I've done this exact config on so many other systems professionally. Nuts.
Music I'm listening to right Now:
"Da Da Da I Don't Love You You Don't Love Me Aha Ah" by "The Trio" from their "Da Da Da" Album (Sample on Amazon)
Quick Update: Ipod on shuffle followed with "Fa Fa" by Guster from their "Lost and Gone Forever" Album.