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RE: Traffic going to eth1 is goin



Did you assign 192.168.2.212 to eth0. Clear the ARP cache on your
switch/server. Then try again.  

-Jai




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[mailto:redhat-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Ugo Bellavance
Sent: Tuesday, January 13, 2009 11:15 AM
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Subject: Traffic going to eth1 is goin

Hi,

I'm scratching my head on this one...

I've configured a server with 2 network interfaces, eth0 and eth1.  eth0

= 192.168.2.211 and eth1 = 192.168.2.212.  eth1 seemed to work properly,

but whenever I open a connection to 192.168.2.212, I see the traffic on 
eth0.

Digging deeper led me to this finding.  When there is an arp who-has 
192.168.2.212, the arp reply contains the MAC address of eth0 instead of

eth1.

Both ports are connected to a Cisco Catalyst switch.

Any idea of how this could happen and the solution?  The only cause that

I can think of is that at the beginning, I tried configuring bonding on 
this server, so both interfaces seemed to have the same MAC address, but

  I configured this bonded interface with only one IP address anyway, 
and I think it was in another subnet.

Any idea welcome.

Thanks,

Ugo

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