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Router interface on same subnet

In order to have the same subnet on 2 interfaces I did use the Bridge. By the way, Virtual machines often create a virtual bridge in host OS to connect physical network with virtual network.
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Router interface on same subnet

Could someone please explain why a router can't have 2 interfaces on same subnet? As others pointed out, you can. My answer explains the typical terminology associated with this function. Using the ...
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Switch ping to router with trunk port

Your diagram is a bit unclear, but let's try. tagged VLAN 2 SVI=192.168.2.1 =trunk= Secondary IP=192.168.2.254 A secondary address on the router's native interface doesn't work. The router needs to ...
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