I am running RIoworks' HDAMA with two Broadcom gigabit interfaces.
When I tried to configure them, I had a funny experience.
First I set up eth0, and then went on to eth1. eth0 is connected
to the internet backbone, while eth1 is a port for local lab
network, for ipforwarding. Funny thing was that the default
gateway, thedomainname of eth1 were just copies of eth0!!!
# The network address itself was correct.
If I set up in the opposite order, the same mystery occured;
eth0 copied some data from eth1.
I do not know ehy this happened, but any way I did everything manually,
and created a script to run iptables at the bootup time.
# As I wrote in the above, eth0 and eth1 are same chips.
Has anyone got a similar experience?
Thank you for your attention.