Nope it's exactly meant as I stated.
One NIC would be a subnet of the other.
Neil A. Hillard wrote:
>> What you could do (but I do not recommend it) is to subnet on several NICs.
>> You can then have 192.168.1.0/24 on one, 192.168.1.16/29 on another, ...
>> This would work as the subnets are more specific but it can create the
>> big mess if you use the same address on both NICs (as they overlap for
>> each subnet).
> I guess you meant /29 on the 192.168.1.0!
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