Fine thanks, nice to hear back. Also autoselect is the default when setting up an interface so that should have been the case for you, too. So if you configured it manually no wonder it failed the auto-negotiating and thus reported no L2 carrier :)
But good for you that it worked out and you found it! Just let it on auto-negotiating the next time ;)
@talwell Any host needs a default route if it is to reach anything not localy resolvable by arp. It is also called the default gateway.
In many linux systems the default gateway is defined as a default (static) route and it IS required in most situations.
The discussion here is about tensor (tnsr). Even though my knowledge on tensor is close to none, it seems that it has its own routing table and is not using the routing table of its centos7 host os. So it is like having two machines in one, and obviously static routing is required for the two systems to route traffic.
I believe this is by design.
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