Two Network interface with the same network

Two Network interface with the same network

Post by Edi » Fri, 25 Feb 2000 04:00:00



Hi!
I'm new in networking. I have one Linux server with two network cards.
Is it possible to have to IPs on the network cards on the one machine with
the same network.
For example eth0 198.142.58.86 and eth1 198.142.58.87.

Any help would be appreciated.

EW

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Two Network interface with the same network

Post by patrick.them.. » Fri, 25 Feb 2000 04:00:00




Quote:> Hi!
> I'm new in networking. I have one Linux server with two network cards.
> Is it possible to have to IPs on the network cards on the one machine
with
> the same network.
> For example eth0 198.142.58.86 and eth1 198.142.58.87.

> Any help would be appreciated.

> EW

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yeah sure its possible-
but it seems a waste -
what would you accomplish with it?
( unless you want to share loads
and then you'd better add a switch )

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1. two network cards, two(?) networks, one computer...

Greets.

At work we have several servers with two network
cards per configured on the same network.
Ie. one card would be 192.168.1.4 and the second one 192.168.1.5.
One card is plugged into the backbone.
However, the other card is plugged into a 'server-only' hub,
I guess for inter-server communication.

My question: is this sane?

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