I set ip address 192.168.1.254/24 in the ethernet1 which belong default router in the vsvy1.
I try to set the same ip address in the ethernet2 which belong another VR in the vsvy2.
When I commit, it will display duplicate address.
I just do some lab about vistual system for my client.
But I want to sure may I set the same ip in different interface between two virtual system？
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I don't think we can configure the exact same IP address on 2 different interfaces, even though they are part of 2 different VSYS. It will throw you below mentioned error:
Error: duplicate address for interface ethernet1/xx and ethernet1/yy
Error: interface configuration error
Thanks for your support.
But it's strange, I originally thought that different virtual system shouble be independent system.
Could you please give me some time, i will try to get in touch with product-management team and provide you a valid explanation.
It's a known limitation for Vsys. You can't have same IP on different interface (member of diff Vsys).
As per my understanding you can not have the same ip address on two different interfaces. That is the limitation of the system.
Overlapping IP address space requires separate VR/vsys
Ethernet interface can not have same ip interface even in different vsys.
Hope this help.
This answer is crazy.
Virtual routers exist because we want separation in routing between the devices. Why cripple this ability by preventing a basic function like ip address assignment in different virtual routers.
I hope this is on the near term roadmap to fix. I would classify is buggy behavior.
Just confirmed today. This behavior still exists. IP@ space can overlap between multiple VR's but no two interfaces can have the same IP@... Does not require multiple VSYS, though.
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