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Can i create 2 Floating IP's from 2 different external networks to single port/ip

asked 2013-04-04 07:00:42 -0600

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Can i create and allocate 2 Floating IP's from 2 different external networks to single port/ip . I tried doing so but while configuring the router to add interface on horizon i faced an issue. when i try to create the interface to connect first external network to the subnet A it works but when i try to create connecting the router 2 on external network2 to connect to same subnet A it gives me an error saying

Error: Failed to add_interface Unable to complete operation for network 530614b8-c7d8-497f-b518-f97cff69eb70. The IP address 178.21.5.1 is in use.

Is it Conceptually wrong to do so ? if yes why ?

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answered 2013-04-05 22:26:55 -0600

Yes this is conceptually wrong because our routers only uplink to one external network, you can send traffic out but it won't come back.

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answered 2013-04-07 18:41:21 -0600

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Thanks Aaron Rosen, that solved my question.

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