[TriLUG] [BGLUG] problems with multiple interfaces on a RHEL5.5 x64 machine

Seva A oddissyus at gmail.com
Wed Nov 9 15:20:25 EST 2011

Just curious on a use case where you would need to configure both devices
in the same

Default gateway is going to be bound to a single device, so all out going
data (including
those in the same subnet) will be routed though this gateway. Of course,
the respective
devices receive their in-bound data separately; is this the reason for this


On Wed, Nov 9, 2011 at 9:15 AM, Warren Myers <volcimaster at gmail.com> wrote:

> I finally found a fix!
> In the ifcfg script for eth1 I added the following:
> That took care of it. No - don't know why or what it's for, but it works
> now :)
> On Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 19:57, Brian Smith <pingwin at gmail.com> wrote:
> >  what's your routing tables look like? `route -n`
> >
> > also if you can try to grab a traceroute to an external network it will
> > show you where the break in the route is. `traceroute -n`
> >
> > Also check to make sure you have a good link as well... `ethtool eth1`
> > `ethtool eth2`
> >
> > Might help point you in the right direction at least.
> >
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