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Re: Multiple Ethernet interfaces on same subnet
From: j j (jsangh2002YAHOO.COM)
Date: Sun Apr 20 2003 - 19:45:22 CDT
Well, the reason for me asking the question is this --
Rfc2328 section 16.1.1 says following:
"In the second case, the parent vertex is a network
that directly connects the calculating router to the
destination router. The list of next hops is then
determined by examining the destination's router-LSA.
FOR EACH LINK IN THE ROUTER-LSA THAT POINTS BACK TO
THE PARENT NETWORK, the link's Link Data field
provides the IP address of a next hop router."
If I understand this properly, there can be multiple
links in the router lsa that can point back to parent
network only if the router has multiple interfaces on
the same subnet.
Am I missing something?
--- j j <jsangh2002YAHOO.COM> wrote:
> is this allowed on routers?
> for e.g. can I configure router with eth0
> and eth1 as 10.1.1.2/24?
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