On Mar 19, 2011, at 11:23 PM, dtran11 wrote:
> Thanks for your suggestions. The command however did not work for me. I did
> get it to work if I set them on different subnets, which is kind of
You must do this. Here's why:
When you bring up an interface on a subnet, it gets a network route.
Since the interfaces are on the same subnet, the stack assumes that it can reach that subnet with either interface (if they are on the same subnet, they can hear each other right?)
So when you transmit, it only goes out one interface (the one that got the subnet route).
Do do what you want to do you need source routing.
You are really breaking the rules so to speak. You have to interfaces and you say they are on the same subnet, but they really aren't. They can't hear each other.
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