When I go into KDE and have look at the ethX ports I see the eth0 ports as expected. Instead of an eth1 port I saw at first an eth2 port, which was disabled. I could enable it and send traffic over it. Offcourse there were no DHCP services as de DHCPD expected to work with the eth1 port. The funny thing is I can configure everything around this eth2 port and I did, but when I rebooted the eth2 interface was lost in the woods. Instead I had now an eth3 port. At every reboot the number goes up by one.
Does anyone of you an idea were to look for a solution?
Thnx in advance