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The first :i have reinstalled the operating system(Centos 6.2) and set different two ips for 192.168.2.17 192.168.2.18 in the two physical network cards. but it arises the question,i disconnected the ...
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    Double network card binding the ip of question.


    The first :i have reinstalled the operating system(Centos 6.2) and set different two ips for 192.168.2.17 192.168.2.18 in the two physical network cards. but it arises the question,i disconnected the "device eth0 " ,i used ping 192.168.2.17 and 192.168.2.18 all OK. i don't know where have question?
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    First off you should never attach two nic to the same network without them being bonded together!!!!

    Have a look at RHEL: Linux Bond / Team Multiple Network Interfaces (NIC) Into a Single Interface

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