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Re: Connecting two seperate networks with OpenBSD
On Fri, Jun 07, 2002 at 04:33:59PM +0200, Dries Schellekens wrote:
> On Fri, 7 Jun 2002, Clarence wrote:
> > Why should we use two aliases at both ends and not the make the ip unique
> > ? It will double the effort to manage this kind of networks. The only
> > reason I can think of is they are existing networks with some collision
> > ips.
> That's exactly what Dan Sveen Olsen stated in his initial email:
> "Either side can't control the other side, so matching ip addresses
> might occure"
OK now that clarifies things some more.. I had_thought
INT- RFC1 <-- RFC2 -> RFC3 [...]
That is one of the ways that I have done it. However not under
the same criteria AFAIK. The above has been done lots.
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