On 23 Feb 2006, at 09:59, Colm MacCarthaigh wrote:
>> OK - I could have hazarded a guess at that one, but that will give me
>> an ethX:1 interface, no? Whereas what I wanted to do was add another
>> to ethX.
>> Yep, but is that really a problem?
Not a huge one, no.
> There's no built in-way to add IPv4 addresses afaik, in IPv6 the
> sub-int addresses will be stacked on the primary one though. So you'd
> have to hack in a command to add it, be aware that this will seriously
> complicate default source-address selection though, which can be a
Can you elaborate a little?
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