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    Default After upgrade from 16.1 to 16.1.1 my interface mappings reset to default

    After upgrade from 16.1 to 16.1.1 my interface mappings returned to the incorrect default settings. I do not use the realtek NIC. See attached screenshot post upgrade.
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    Custom box or Untangle appliance?
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    Custom box. HP t730 Thin Client with HP NC365T 1Gb Quad Port PCI-E Ethernet Server Adapter. I only use the Intel quad NIC and don't use the onboard realtek.

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    This is probably due to the order in which Debian registers the NICs. Untangle maps the interfaces to the same assigned ethernet name. If the underlining Debian assigns a name to a different NIC, then Untangle with assign the wrong interface.

    We only test our appliances for this and adjust according.
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    Yeah basically that means you can't mix and match networking vendors anymore. If you do, Debian jumbles stuff up on reboot. It wasn't the upgrade that got you, it was a simple reboot. Also, some main boards have insane PCI buses that don't bring things up in the same order on every reboot.

    And this is a Debian regression... not an Untangle one.

    Full details are here:https://wiki.debian.org/NetworkInterfaceNames

    But if you want the fix, you need to build yourself a .link file for your interfaces instructions here:https://wiki.debian.org/NetworkInter...NG_.LINK_FILES

    That file will lock MAC addresses to specific device flags, like the old 70-persistent-net.rules file that Debian 9 would make for us...
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