GOLD. 5/4/2018 I downloaded the freepbx distro from the website. I guess its still has an issue. But I notice that It randomly does it. because I put together another system with the same Iso and it worked fine. go figure.
r5eR FAug '17
Dave, thanks for this. I also had a similar problem. Installed a fresh VM using SNG7-FPBX-64bit-1707.iso. VM had 2 NICs, but only eth0 would show. Eth1 was listed with no ipv4 address from the console and would not appear in the drop-down under Admin/System Admin/Network Settings/Network Interface.
For those who are new at this, I’ll share what I did in case it also helps you:
(My interface was eth1, but substitute your one as appropriate)
to check your interfaces. If you have an interface that is present, but not connected, you’ll probably see it has no ip4 address.
You will see that ONBOOT=no
Change it to yes
Edit, then CtrlO to save and CTRLX to exit. Restart the network interfaces
Now you will see the interface is available to configure via the GUI and will show in the drop-down.