setting a route

Hi

The situation

The Linux PC has two IP Adresses.
For example 192.168.152.32 (eth0) and 192.168.152.74 (eth0:1) The webserver (Apache) runs under 192.168.152.74

Now I want to set up a route from 192.168.152.32 to 192.168.152.74 that a browser (2. PC) could reach the other IP (192.168.152.74) adress by typping in 192.168.152.32

I used yast to set up the first IP Adress and ifconfig to bind the 2. one to eth0:1

So how could I do that?
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j2Commented:
You cant build a route between two devices on the same subnet.

Either subnet, or move the cards to different C-nets.
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