Using 2 NICS?
rross at mcs.anl.gov
Wed Oct 25 11:47:41 PDT 2000
What do you mean "Linux is assigning both IPs to the first NIC"?
# ifconfig eth0 192.168.1.1
# ifconfig eth1 192.168.1.2
doesn't work? It would be a terrible change in the semantics of ifconfig
if it didn't. I have done this more than once, but not under RH7.0 or
Linux 2.4. I would be surprised if it were impossible to do now though.
Perhaps what you mean is "the way I have my RedHat machine configured
keeps putting both IP addresses on the same card and I don't know how to
Rob Ross, Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Lab
On Wed, 25 Oct 2000, Karl Bellve wrote:
> The question is, is it possible to use two NICs with their own unique IP
> on the same subnet? I would then allow half of our computers to connect
> to one IP and the other half to the other IP. I know this isn't load
> balancing but I think this should be doable.
> Right now, Linux is assigning both IPs to the first NICs since they have
> the same netmask and gateway.
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