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22.7. Specific Kernel Module Capabilities

This section explains how to enable specific kernel capabilities using various kernel modules.

22.7.1. Using Multiple Ethernet Cards

It is possible to use multiple Ethernet cards on a single machine. For each card there must be an alias and, possibly, options lines for each card in a user-created <module_name>.conf file in the /etc/modprobe.d/ directory.
For additional information about using multiple Ethernet cards, refer to the Linux Ethernet-HOWTO online at

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