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I am currently working in Telecom domain on statistics side. Previously I worked for Automotive systems developing infotainment applications which are middleware applications.

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comment Check NIC is connected to a router
@Dubu yes ff:fe is present in both of them
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comment Check NIC is connected to a router
@Dubu Here are the first two octets. For Global : 2002 for Link : fe80 . Yes there is a combination of ff:fe in inet6. As far as I know router is configured for DHCP. I specifically meant connected to a router.
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accepted What does asterisk meant in route command
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comment Why there is only one Default Gateway?
Thanks for the detailed response. What about the case where each interface(eth0 or eth1) are present in two different subnets( may be connected to different routers)
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asked Why there is only one Default Gateway?
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comment What does asterisk meant in route command
I found following information in man pages Gateway : The gateway address or '*' if none set. Genmask : The netmask for the destination net; '255.255.255.255' for a host destination and '0.0.0.0' for the default route. How does the interface figures out the default route ? In case if both the interfaces are present in two different subnets, what is the meaning of default route?
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comment Host Not reachble on a Network Interface
@tink I was referring to network on eth0 remote machine and my desktop, they are in same network. I am able to connect to IP allocated to eth0 from my desktop when eth0 is default gateway but not able to connect using the same IP when eth1 is the default gateway. Is it because gateway also plays role on host identity?
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comment Host Not reachble on a Network Interface
@jnovack : I got the part where i am unable to connect to the machine with IP allocated to eth1, but should it be possible to connect using IP address on eth0 since we are in the same network?
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comment Host Not reachble on a Network Interface
@tink : We eth1 in case of network or eth0 hardware fails . How can I know the second part?
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comment Host Not reachble on a Network Interface
@jnovack eth0 is our intranet and eth1 is connected to a router in a different network. I am connecting from our intranet when eth0 is default gateway , it works may be because of this reason. I am not sure whether our intranet and network configured on eht1 can talk to each other(This is remote machine configured by my admin). I need to check this with admin. But wont I be able to connect to eth0 IP, since we are in same network?