multiple ip address affected to interface Layer 3

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multiple ip address affected to interface Layer 3

L4 Transporter

Hello

somebody know why

If I want to affect 2 Ip address to one interface in the same subnet like ip1: 12.52.36.2/29 and ip2 : 12.52.36.3/29

the result is an overlaping of subnet.

and to solve that I have to add the first ip 1 as 12.52.36.2/29 and the second one in that way 12.52.36.3/32.

thanks

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L4 Transporter

Hi Greg,

That is an expected behavior.As per my understanding  the only way to assign two IP addresses of the same over lapping subnet is by having their respective interfaces in different virtual routers.

Thanks,

Syed R Hasnain

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L4 Transporter

Hi Greg,

That is an expected behavior.As per my understanding  the only way to assign two IP addresses of the same over lapping subnet is by having their respective interfaces in different virtual routers.

Thanks,

Syed R Hasnain

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