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Tue Apr 14, 2015 10:04 am

Do high-end routers (Cisco, Juniper) have an own, unique IP

Sat Oct 31, 2015 12:12 pm

the alias resolution process groups multiple IP addresses that belong to the same router. Let´s say there is router R with 3 devices A,B and C. Each device has an own IP address and all belong to the same router R. R ist a high-end router and not a home router with NAT.

    Does R now have an extra IP address, so that there are 4 IPs in total (3 for devices, 1 for router)?
      Or is the router one of the devices, so that there are 3 IPs in total (1 for router, 2 for other devices)
        Or does the R not have an IP address at its own, but has all 3 IPs of its devices. So that R is reachable through any of the 3 device IPs?

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