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Hello friends. I have a problem with my redhat server and need your help.my server have two NIC. eth0 : 150.0.0.70 , eth1 : 128.212.250.84 . when one host want ...
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    arp problem with two Network interfaces


    Hello friends.
    I have a problem with my redhat server and need your help.my server
    have two NIC. eth0 : 150.0.0.70 , eth1 : 128.212.250.84 . when one
    host want to contact with eth0 via a router, the server returns eth1 mac address and host cannot ping 150.0.0.70.when I wrote an arp command in my router problem solved.I want to know what's wrong with my server.
    thanks for your guides.

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    Did you configured the linux router properly?
    Send your router configuration details.

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