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SubjectRe: Multicast Broadcast
On Mon, Nov 26, 2001 at 11:33:03AM -0500, berthiaume_wayne@emc.com wrote:
> Wouldn't the IP address for the two NIC's have to be different for
> that to work? I'm binding the same VIP to the two eth's.

ifindexes have nothing to do with IP addresses. If you tell the kernel
which interface(s) you want it'll follow your wishes.

There is not really an IP address per NIC; IP addresses are global per host
and the association with an IP interface just defines some defaults which
can be always overwritten by the user if he wants to.

-Andi
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