Rodrigo Haces napisał(a):
> Hi, i just installed debian sarge 3.1 on my pc, i have 2 ethernet interfaces,
> eth0 and eth1, im going to configure a firewall with this, but by now im just
> testing, but i have the next problem
> my eth0 and main interface has the ip 192.168.0.100
> my eth1 has by the testing period the ip 192.168.0.99.
> both eth are connected to the same switch with the same local network, my eth0
> is on all the time, so it works fine, but when i bring up th eth1 i cant bring
> it down anymore, i do ifdown eth0 and ping 192.168.0.99 and can still connect
> to this ip with ssh, ping, etc. if then i ifdown eth0 both ips die.
> So what can be the problem? te problem can be in that both interfaces are at
> the same switch at the same network with the same iprange and netmask? or is
> there a problem with ifdown/up
1. I doubt it is the apropriate place for this mail. This has nothing to
do with firewalls.
2. I would rather suspect modules responsible for those interfaces
(aren't those the same model cards?) or hardware problems (IRQ maybe).
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