Serving multiple subnets

Simon Hobson dhcp1 at
Wed Sep 12 15:22:58 UTC 2007

At 10:45 -0400 12/9/07, King, Michael wrote:

>>The only instance where the builtin automagic pool selection by relay
>>address function would break down, as I see it, is if I am given the
>>same address range in two different cores.  If that comes up (and
>>hopefully it won't), I'll have to dig deeper.

>It shouldn't come up.
>Think of it this way.
>If you have the same address in two places on your network, how will
>your router know how to send traffic to it?  It's a violation of
>networking to have the same address in two places.

>Now if you say NAT, then you're talking a different topic.

But just as broken !

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