The IP layer has nothing to do with it. Capture takes place way lower.
Are you running as root or a user?
Is there something else capturing pockets?
Have you tried with one card?
On Jan 29, 2019, at 12:36 PM, Patrick P Murphy
On Tue, 29 Jan 2019 19:09:41 +0000, Carlos Lopez <clopmz(a)outlook.com> said:
On 29/01/2019, 19:37, "Patrick P
Murphy" <pmurphy(a)nrao.edu> wrote:
PM> Carlos Lopez <clopmz(a)outlook.com> writes:
CL> Uhmm ... I have changed my config to:
PM> This may be a totally dumb/naive question, but... why do the
PM> interfaces have the same IP address?
CL> Because this host has two network interfaces ....
I have many such boxes (for other purposes). Each interface has a
unique IP address, and associated hostnames, e.g.,
polaris for XXX.XXX.115.101 on interface em1
polaris-10g for YYY.YYY.3.13 on interface p5p1
Even if the two interfaces are on the same VLAN (they are not in my
example) I would think you want separate IP addresses for them.
Patrick P. Murphy, Ph.D. https://www.nrao.edu/~pmurphy/
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