Is it possible to bind IP to physical address in autoyast config file? The following code doesn't so the trick:
Code:
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<interfaces config:type="list">
      <interface>
        <bootproto>static</bootproto>
        <device>eth0</device>
        <ipaddr>ip_address_0</ipaddr>
        <hwaddr>aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff</hwaddr>
        <name>MY 1st NETWORK</name>
        <netmask>255.255.255.0</netmask>
        <startmode>auto</startmode>
        <usercontrol>no</usercontrol>
      </interface>
      <interface>
        <bootproto>static</bootproto>
        <device>eth1</device>
        <ipaddr>ip_address_1</ipaddr>
        <hwaddr>ff:aa:bb:cc:dd:ee</hwaddr>
        <name>MY 2nd NETWORK</name>
        <netmask>255.255.255.0</netmask>
        <startmode>auto</startmode>
        <usercontrol>no</usercontrol>
      </interface>
      <interface>
        <bootproto>static</bootproto>
        <device>eth2</device>
        <ipaddr>ip_address_2</ipaddr>
        <hwaddr>ee:ff:aa:bb:cc:dd</hwaddr>
        <name>MY 3rd NETWORK</name>
        <netmask>255.255.255.0</netmask>
        <startmode>auto</startmode>
        <usercontrol>no</usercontrol>
      </interface>  
      <interface>
        <bootproto>static</bootproto>
        <device>eth3</device>
        <ipaddr>ip_address_3</ipaddr>
        <hwaddr>dd:ee:ff:aa:bb:cc</hwaddr>
        <name>MY 4th NETWORK</name>
        <netmask>255.255.255.0</netmask>
        <startmode>auto</startmode>
        <usercontrol>no</usercontrol>
      </interface>        
      <interface>
        <bootproto>static</bootproto>
        <device>eth4</device>
        <ipaddr>ip_address_4</ipaddr>
        <hwaddr>cc:dd:ee:ff:aa:bb</hwaddr>
        <name>MY 5th NETWORK</name>
        <netmask>255.255.255.0</netmask>
        <startmode>auto</startmode>
        <usercontrol>no</usercontrol>
      </interface> 
      <interface>
        <bootproto>static</bootproto>
        <device>eth5</device>
        <ipaddr>ip_address_5</ipaddr>
        <hwaddr>bb:cc:dd:ee:ff:aa</hwaddr>
        <name>MY 6th NETWORK</name>
        <netmask>255.255.255.0</netmask>
        <startmode>auto</startmode>
        <usercontrol>no</usercontrol>
      </interface>         
    </interfaces>   
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