here is the summary ....
Thanks to all sending me the answer....
Sure you can. If they're on the same subnet, then the switch might
be confused by the same MAC addresses. To fix:
ifconfig hme0 ether <xxxxxxxxxxxx>
ifconfig hme1 ether <xxxxxxxxxxxx>
eeprom local_mac_address?=true (reboot after)
> hi to all gurus
> I have two ethernet card on solaris 7.0 box
> Can I give the ip's of these card in the same subnet..
> hme0 = 192.0.0.1
> hme1 = 192.0.0.2
> I think it is not possible ,since ethernet hardware numbers are both
> same ...
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