|Subject:||Re: A minor problem...|
|From:||Karl Kleinpaste <karl,AT,charcoal,DOT,com>|
|Date:||Fri, 17 Aug 2001 21:37:56 +0200|
Peter van den Heuvel <peter,AT,asylum,DOT,xs4all,DOT,nl> writes: > Assigning one IP address to more than one interface is wrong. Not really true. At a previous job, we had one system which was the "CIPE server." That is, it was configured for a dozen or so cipcbN, and was the office-side endpoint for all the remote clients' CIPE configurations. It proxy-ARPed for all the clients' CIPE addresses. The server's cipcbN all had the same address. And it worked just fine.