[CentOS] more than one IP address on network device?
galtsev at kicp.uchicago.edu
Sun Sep 4 15:25:23 UTC 2016
On Sun, September 4, 2016 9:40 am, Walter H. wrote:
> On 04.09.2016 15:18, Ulf Volmer wrote:
>> On 09/03/2016 07:34 PM, Walter H. wrote:
>>> if I would need an additional IPv6 address I'd just add
>>> to this file; if I would need an additional IPv4 address this works
>>> by a virtual device
>>> e.g. eth0:1 like this:
>> That's not true, you can add ipv4 address to the interface in the same
>> | IPADDR2=172.17.170.101
>> | NETMASK2=255.255.255.0
>> There is no need to create a virtual network device.
> ah ok, and the other values?
> BROADCAST2=192.168.1.255 <--
> NETWORK2=192.168.1.0 <--
> GATEWAY2=192.168.1.1 <--
Interesting... With these settings, namely GATEWAY2=..., how the
arbitration is done (in networks stack) which of gateways is used for
packets to be sent outside of networks the machine is on?
As far as I know FreeBSD, there can be only one gateway (BTW, synonym:
default gateway). Theoretically, the machine can have more than one
gateway, but for that you need to have specially configured firewall/nat.
Is this somehow different in Linux, and Linux does that auto-magically?
> in case they don't match the first IP address?
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