AW: Two NICS with same IP and same client IP (fwd)
Leser at sup-logistik.de
Wed Feb 2 22:08:17 CET 2005
why dont you read the questions and try to understand what has been asked.
it should be clear by now that the two interfaces are not on the same physical network ...
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[mailto:netfilter-bounces at lists.netfilter.org]Im Auftrag von R. DuFresne
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 2. Februar 2005 17:49
An: herve at lucidia.net; netfilter at lists.netfilter.org
Betreff: Re: Two NICS with same IP and same client IP (fwd)
Sorry, hit the wrong selection and set this to the wrong address off
What's surprising is tha there is not complaints about the duo IP being
assinged here, must be due to it being the same system, else I'd have
expected one nic to shut down the other with an error about IP dupes on
Folks are trying to tell you that you need to go over the basics of
networking again, then try and step into this with a refreshed clue.
On Wed, 2 Feb 2005, Raphael Jacquot wrote:
> Hervé wrote:
> >>having 2 interfaces on the same box with the same IP address
> >>repeat after me :
> >>WILL NOT WORK
> > Well, I can't see why not. Can you explain?
> uh, because that's how routing in the server PC works. you have to have
> a different address for each interface.
> your best bet is to either use the same interface (and change one of the
> client's IP to something else (like 192.168.100.3) like so :
> server | __________ client 1
> eth0:192.168.100.1 |--------| ethernet |------| 192.168.0.2
> | | switch |
> |__________|------| 192.168.0.3
> client 2
> or... change one of the subnets to use a different prefix, like so :
> Server | | Client 1
> eth0:192.168.100.1 |---------| 192.168.100.2
> | | Client 2
> eth1:192.168.101.1 |------------------------------| 192.168.101.2
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