Date Added: Aug 2008
The age of a single network interface with a single IP address assigned to it is a thing of the past in many situations. As more networks are rolled out and more computers are shipped with multiple connection methods, the need for a workstation to participate in more than one network is becoming more common. Scott Lowe shows you how to set up and manage multiple network interfaces in Windows XP.
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