On Wed, Jun 21, 2000 at 03:34:12PM +0100, Paul Jakma mentioned:
> there is no connection between IP addresses and interfaces in
> linux (2.2+). Absolutely none......
>> if you think there is then you have been sucked in by ifconfig. (use 'ip'
> instead for a view more consistent with how linux actually works). All the
> IP's that are local to a linux box are accessible from /any/ interface.
> (unless you setup INPUT rules with ipchains to prune out packets according
> to source/interface).
>> IP's are not bound to interfaces in any way....
That would explain why I saw some of the wierd stuff that I saw last
night then. Is there a good reason for this ?
I *like* the idea of having IPs bound to an interface..
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