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If you are trying to assign multiple static IP addresses to interfaces Eth1 and Eth2. Do you use IP aliasing e.g. eth2, eth2:0, eth3, eth3:0 or do you use bind ...
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- 07-19-2010 #1
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- Jul 2010
Assigning mulitple IP addresses to Eth1 & eth2 & Eth2 interfaces
172.28.85.12 - eth1 subnet 255.255.255.0 gateway - 172.28.85.1
172.28.85.13 - eth1 subnet 255.255.255.0 gateway - 172.28.85.1
172.28.86.12 - eth2 subnet 255.255.255.0 gateway - 172.28.86.1
172.28.86.13 - eth2 subnet 255.255.255.0 gateway - 172.28.86.1
which method should be used to be able to use both ip addresses (e.g. eth2) to receive and transmit packages? a. using IP aliases to assign multiple ip's to the eth2 network interface (e.g. ifcfg-eth2, ifcfg-eth2:0) or b. using bind to bind multiple IP interfaces and then assign ip addresses using bind:0 bind:1 bind:2 etc.
Is one preferred over the other. Thanks.