What Can You Do With A Second Linux Server Ethernet port?

last updated in Categories Linux, Networking

Nathan has published an interesting article at Linux.com about second Ethernet port:

Purchase a new PC or motherboard soon, and the chances are good that it will come with two built-in network interfaces — either two Ethernet jacks or one Ethernet and one Wi-Fi. Tossing in a second adapter is an inexpensive way for the manufacturer to add another bullet point to the product description — but what exactly are you supposed to do with it? If you are running Linux, you have several alternatives.

My second Ethernet port usage

What’s your second Ethernet port usage?

Posted by: Vivek Gite

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