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Yes, I have the same problem. I found on various forums and websites, that using virtual NIC is enough to solve the problem. E.g.: "If you have one NIC you can use a vNIC i.e. eth0 & eth0:1" "so in your above setup instead of eth2 you can replace it with eth0.22(just an example) and proceed." So is it really a solution?