Two NICS with same IP and same client IP
herve at lucidia.net
Wed Feb 2 17:40:45 CET 2005
> Hervé wrote:
>> In my case, the point is to help the routing by modifying the source
>> address. For example, you give eth0 two addresses: 192.168.100.1 and
>> 192.168.101.1, and eth1: 192.168.100.1 (yes, the same) and
> what's the point ???
I have two identical test benches, in which one box has a fixed IP
address, hence I can't change the subnets.
What is more, this box always accesses the same IP address for the server.
Yeah, not so easy, but hey, it's Linux, so it's possible!
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