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Old 10th August 2010, 11:34
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Default ISPconfig3 support on Hyper-V

Is ISPconfig3 supported on Hyper-V with synthetic drivers on Centos/SUSE?
Integration Services create a seth0, seth1 network cards rather than eth0, eth1. Will ISPconfig work with seth* ?

I have installed everything, but it doesn't seem to control much of the server. Firewall goes crazy sometimes and I keep losing connections.
I did a change in
/etc/Bastille/bastille-firewall.cfg

PUBLIC_IFCES="eth+ ppp+ slip+ venet+"
to:
PUBLIC_IFCES="seth+ ppp+ slip+ venet+"

but it doesnt seem to help.

So is there support with seth network cards? If not, what is work around? How can I rename seth back to eth cards and still using hyper-v synthetic adapters.
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