Well, I'm hoping that it was just a typo. Interfaces file is in /etc/network folder, NOT /etc/networks folder (actually, the networks is a file and not even a folder).Originally Posted by Pleiades
Strange in deed. Check if any dhcp services are starting before your networking module in /etc/rcS.d and /etc/rc5.d folders. If so, kill it (change file name to K instead of S)Can anyone point me in the direction of what might be causing my problem? It is eth0 (192.168.1.120) that is getting an IP from the dynamic range.
Other than that, I'm puzzled.