Am I allowed to have multiple ethernet interfaces on a WinXP/Win7 host, that share the same IP-subnet?
There are multiple USB adapters, that are using RNDIS (usb-ethernet-gadget) and Zeroconf to communicate to the host. Thus if I plug in two adapters, there will be two new ethernet interfaces but both will shared the same address space 169.254.X.X/16.
Is WinXP/Win7 clever enough to find out the correct route to each adapter?
WinXP/Win7 Zeroconf: If there are multiple interfaces and one has already a Zeroconf IP address configuration e.g. subnet 169.254.1.X, will the other interface automatically get another subnet e.g. 169.254.2.X?