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Re: Setup of Internal Network with Many Real IPs



In article <20030521043926.GA22153@qk.com.au> lucas@stabat.com writes:
>If I'm not mistaken, eth1 doesn't need an IP address.  My only concern
>now is, how will 235 and 236 be able to find 237 and vice-versa?  That
>will require more Iptables rules to route that traffic, correct?

eth1 does require an IP, but can use the same one as eth0.  Proxy arp
can make the routing transparent to the hosts beond eth1.  This is
exactly the situation described in my article.
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