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Can I Have Two IP Addresses on one netwo

By TellMeWhy ·
Hi...I'm a junior net admin in a college.....i have an ipaddress from a DHCP....may i have two IP address on 1 network card..in NT ..or in LInux......how can i configure it....plz help

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by SyscoKid In reply to Can I Have Two IP Address ...

I don't *think* you can have two at the same time, at least in NT, but you can use this handy utility to easily switch your IP address:

www.netswitcher.com

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by DC1 In reply to Can I Have Two IP Address ...

Not via DHCP. Static addresses it can be done.

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by eBob In reply to Can I Have Two IP Address ...

In NT, in the Network Control Panel, go to "Advanced" under the TCP/IP Protocol tab. You can add a 2nd and 3rd and... IP address to your system. Reboot required, of course.

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by NetTek In reply to Can I Have Two IP Address ...

Answer 2 is correct. You can bind multiple IP addresses to one NIC card in NT. But only if you are using static addresses. It cannot be done if your NT machine is set up to request an IP address from a DHCP server.

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by TomSal In reply to Can I Have Two IP Address ...

Its quite simple actually to bind multiple addresses to a single NIC with Windows NT. However, as pointed out in a previous reply - you can't do with DHCP. You see DHCP assigns dynamic addresses and the DHCP server itself must have a STATIC address.Therefore, you can't (nor would it make much sense to use a DHCP in this way - regardless) assign multiple addresses to a single NIC using a DHCP server.

At least not with the "out of box" NT product.

I'm sure someone probably hacked out a utility to allow this though.

If you need help on binding static addresses to a single NIC, email me and I'll give you the info.

Take care.

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