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New installation cannot configure network

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Hello,
I just installed freenas 11 and after reboot i’m in the console setup and i see the output:
‘ the web interface could not be accessed. Please check network configuration’

So i’ve the menu with 11 choices.
First i choose 6 for dns.
Then i choose 4 for default route putting my router.
After that i Press 1 for ‘configure network interfaces’ but i’ve only the choice:
‘Select an interface (q to quit)’
No interface is shown.
Also in the shell i can see only loopback interface. Keep in mind that before freenas on the same hardware was installed openfiler and the network works fine.


How can i do?
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proto

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hardware?
 

melloa

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