Solve a USB network card problem

I am doing some source code porting works on linux kernel recently.
After I reboot my server (ubuntu 14.04) into new kernel version of 3.19.8, it can’t be connected by using ssh but only by using serial port.
The server is using a USB network card, so firstly I suspect some kernel driver for USB NIC has missing in .config file. Therefore I boot back into the old version kernel and try to find some useful information in ‘dmesg’:

The eth3 is using MII port, so when I try to grep “link up …lpa” in 3.19.8 kernel source code, I find out it must be printed by these codes in drivers/net/mii.c:

The only place “ASIX AX88772B” driver call mii_check_media is in drivers/net/usb/asix_devices.c:

So far, the reason is that: the system does not “reset” the USB network card after booting up. But why it only forget to reset USB NIC in 3.19.8 kernel? After checking the /etc/network/interfaces:

the answer is: the device name of the USB NIC has been changed to “eth5” by udevd in 3.9.18 kernel (new version kernel recognise new network port so eth0/eth1/eth2/eth3/eth4 all has been occupied by system) so the network scripts can’t start it up.

Solution:
Fix the name of USB NIC by adding below content into /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules:

and add configurations into /etc/network/interfaces to start “usbnet0” up automatically:

puppet 3 certification problem on centos 7

I configure the puppet master and agent followed by this step. But when I run “puppet agent -t”, it report error:

My OS version is “Centos 7” and puppet version is “3.7.5”. After I have tried the way as this page answered, the problem still exists. Therefore, I write down the final correct operations here for future reference: