two interfaces one subnet
charles at thewybles.com
Mon May 11 16:00:30 CDT 2009
What does two interfaces in one subnet mean?
Two NICs? Or virtual interfaces?
Mikael Abrahamsson wrote:
> On Mon, 11 May 2009, Chris Meidinger wrote:
>> I've been looking through RFC's trying to find a clear statement that
>> having two interfaces in the same subnet does not work, but can't find
>> it that statement anywhere.
> I don't know if it still works, but it did in Linux little over 10 years
> back. Proxy-arp:ed all the IPs in the /27 in the /24 and everything was
> fine (legacy reasons plus radiolink which I didn't want to run a lot of
> broadcasts over). There are "legitimate" cases where you might want to
> do this.
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