how is it possible to configure a second ip-address in the same subnet as the first one on the same interface?
i tried to give the interface a second one, but it wasn't committed. also an arp-entry didn't work.
thx in advance
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I believe that interface will proxy ARP for all IP addresses in that subnet.
Another option would be to use a loopback interface, and assign the second IP address to that interface.
You cannot assign two ip addresses from the same subnet on an interface. If your interface is configured for say 10.0.0.0/8, it will proxy arp for all the addresses that are part of this network. If you need to assign 2 IPs, make sure their subnets do not overlap.
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