I am setting up a SUSE 11 box that has two NICs:
eth0 - 192.168.10.150/24 - 00.0C.29.DC.10.CA (MAC) eth1 - 192.168.10.151/24 - 00.0C.29.DC.10.DE (MAC)
I need both in the same subnet since they will ne connected to another device (storage) point to point. But I found something while doing the installation; doing ARPs from a workstation I found the behavior below
[root@workstation ~]# arp -n Address HWtype HWaddress Flags Mask Iface 192.168.10.151 ether 00:0C:29:DC:10:CA C eth0 192.168.10.150 ether 00:0C:29:DC:10:CA C eth0
as you can see it's like
eth0 gets all the requests. In fact if I disconnect the cable from
.151 will be still pingable; which is not what I want. And if I disconnect the cable from
eth0 none of the IPs
.150 - .151 are pingable, when
.151 should still be accessable.
Why is this happening? I need
eth0 to bind only to
eth1 to bind only to
.151. It seems like eth0 owns the IPs.
This is not working:
neither is this