When I tried to create a droplet from a live snapshot of a droplet (which works fine), I could not ssh into or ping the droplet. The eth0 and eth1 interface was being rename to ens3 and ens4. Digital Ocean Support team suggested that I turn off Predictable Network Interfacing was kicking in and asked me to disable that by changing the grub config, updating it and rebooting
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT=“console=tty1 console=ttyS0 net.ifnames=0”
But post doing that only eth1 has been renamed back, while the other interface is still ens3. Anyone faced this issue and got it resolved?
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