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-# Adding a Second Network Interface to the File Fabric™ For Administration+# Adding a Second Network Interface to the File Fabric For Administration
  
 ## Overview ## Overview
-File Fabric™ administrators may wish to add a second network interface to the File Fabric™ appliance so that server management can be done without using with the File Fabric’s™ application network interface. ​ These notes, which are intended for experienced Linux system administrators who also have a good understanding of File Fabric™ system administration,​ summarize how to do this.  Extensive File Fabric application knowledge is not needed.+File Fabric administrators may wish to add a second network interface to the File Fabric appliance so that server management can be done without using with the File Fabric’s™ application network interface. ​ These notes, which are intended for experienced Linux system administrators who also have a good understanding of File Fabric™ system administration,​ summarize how to do this.  Extensive File Fabric application knowledge is not needed.
  
 The procedure consists of two parts: The procedure consists of two parts:
  
-1. Changing the File Fabric™ appliance’s configuration so that a specific IP address will be used for all network access to the File Fabric.+1. Changing the File Fabric appliance’s configuration so that a specific IP address will be used for all network access to the File Fabric.
 2. Establishing a second network interface with its own IP address for server management. 2. Establishing a second network interface with its own IP address for server management.