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SSI or not??

I'm new to HPC so forgive me if this question is extremely simple.

I have a cluster and each node has multiple NICs. I need the master to be able to see the nodes NICs as if they were it's own. The vision is being able to run ifconfig and see a bunch of ethX entries on the master when in fact say eth1 - eth15 are located on other nodes.

While researching a solution I came across OpenSSI and thought this would provide the correct functionality, but the only thing I can do is list the local interfaces on nodes with the 'node X ifconfig' command.

Is SSI even the technology that'll make node interfaces look local to the master or am I barking up the wrong tree? Does anyone have experience with a system as described?

Thanks!
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