eth0 and eth1 on same subnet using netmask



Hi,

is it possible to setup routing:

eth0 (e.g. ethernet) and eth1 (e.g. WLAN)

on the SAME subnet (e.g. 192.168.3.x) just specifying
a special netmask each?

Thank you for ideas

Martin
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