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Communicating with Multi-Homed Hosts

If the terminal communicates with hosts that have more than one Ethernet interface on the same subnet, place all of the host addresses or hostnames in the ip-equivalent-addresses table. Each row in the table lists the network addresses or hostnames of the interfaces on a given host. This parameter is not saved in NVRAM.

Rows in the ip-equivalent-addresses table consist of the addresses or hostnames for all the interfaces on a given host. For example, on a network with two multi-homed hosts:

ip-equivalent-addresses = {
          { eagle1 eagle2 eagle3 }
          { peregrine1 peregrine2 }

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