> Ahh!! You need your cipcb0 ip to be the same as an interface on your
> system. Try making your system's cipcb0 ip to 192.168.1.1.
I might not understand you coorectly, and thus, so might others.
Your cipcb0 interface is a (virtual) network interface.
If you are a route (not a switch; as is mostly the case), you need a
unique IP address on every interface and routes to move the data.
Assigning one IP address to more than one interface is wrong.
So, for a normal 2-peer cipe setup, you got 4 networks:
1 - private on A
2 - private on B
3 - point-to-point (cipe-to-cipe) so no need for these two to be in some
4 - the public net (mostly internet)