two interfaces one subnet

Arnold Nipper arnold at nipper.de
Mon May 11 17:35:20 CDT 2009


On 12.05.2009 00:25 Patrick W. Gilmore wrote

> On May 11, 2009, at 6:13 PM, Arnold Nipper wrote:
>> On 11.05.2009 23:47 Patrick W. Gilmore wrote
>>> On May 11, 2009, at 5:19 PM, Alex H. Ryu wrote:
>>>
>>>> It may be allowed from host-level, but from router equipment, I  
>>>> don't
>>>> think it was allowed at all.
>>>
>>> Ever used HSRP / VRRP?  Two interfaces in the same subnet.  Works
>>> fine.  In fact, most people think it works _better_ than one  
>>> interface
>>> in the same subnet.
>>
>> I guess you are mixing interfaces with IPs now. Don't you?
> 
> Each interface has its own IP address.  The two Interfaces _also_  
> share a virtual IP address.
> 
> IOW: No.  Are you?
> 

But still each device only has _one_ interface in the same subnet.
Though with two IP addresses sometimes.



Arnold
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