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Default bind address for wget

Pranav Pal
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Joined: Nov 04, 2007
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The eth0 interface of my system is assigned the IP address
I have several logical interfaces on eth1 physical interface, with different IP addresses assigned.

When I run wget command, it takes default bind-address as the address of eth0 (

What should I do to make the default bind address for wget as the address of one of the logical interfaces (without specifying the --bind-address option)?


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