[CentOS] very strange

Les Mikesell lesmikesell at gmail.com
Wed Mar 31 13:51:37 UTC 2010


cahit Eyigünlü wrote:
> i have 2 servers in a datacenter and each of them has 2 virtual machines 
> one is linux the other is windows of wirtual machines.
> when i want to transfer my ip addresses between theese servers , for ex:
> let me say 
> main server 1' guest windows : A
> main server 1' guest CentOs: B
> main server 2' guest windows : C 
> main server 1' guest CentOs: D
> 
> when i handle an ip of any computers ip in network from A or C it 
> directly handles, no matter where the ip routed from cisco router :D
> but when i want to handle any computers ip in network from B or D it 
> never get the ip from other source :D
> 
> how this could happen :)

I don't understand your question or exactly what you are trying to do, but I 
suspect your problem has to do with the situation you described in other 
postings where you have random addresses bridged on the same network. 
Addressing is supposed to work like this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subnetwork
and if the destination address isn't in the same subnet as the source it will be 
sent to the default gateway router unless you have configured a more specific 
route for it.

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   Les Mikesell
    lesmikesell at gmail.com


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