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If one subnet can see another does that mean that there is a bridge between two interfaces?

This might seem like kind of a dumb question, but...say for example... I have a router running OpenWRT or some Linux distro and that router or box has two interfaces (lets say for sake of example a ...
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if there are 2 NIC on the same machine, can a tcp client on one NIC connect to a tcp server on the other NIC?

I use tun/tap to create a tun NIC tun0 with IP 10.10.10.2, and I have a real NIC eth0 with IP 202.112.34.49 then I run a tcp client which binds its socket to 202.112.34.49 and a tcp server binding ...
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networking with one NIC and access to internet and virtual machines

I have installed opennebula and I have followed this tutorial. Unfortunately I cannot ssh to the virtual machines that appear to be in a running state and already have an IP. The problem might be that ...
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Create and bridge virtual network interfaces in Linux

I have a tool that replays traffic from a .pcap file and another tool that interprets that traffic. For testing purposes, I need to play traffic out one interface and have it come in another. ...
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Bonding/Teaming 2 NIC cards : pro and cons

I want to get your idea on bonding two NICS on a server that is connected to a single subnet with only one IP address in a Gigabit LAN enviroment. What is the pros and cons of having two teamed ...
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How to use two physical NIC's inside a Xen guest?

I'm trying to make two physical interfaces visible to a Xen machine. I followed the guide (http://idolinux.blogspot.com/2008/08/xen-add-network-bridge-for-eth1.html), and created two Xen bridges for ...