|Dec 21, 2012, 07:05 PM||#1|
Create Additional Virtual Network Devices?
Is there a way to create another network interface on my Mac, with it's own (fake) MAC address?
I know I can do the following:
ifconfig alias en1 10.0.0.3
Then I will have that IP address in addition to my existing IP address. But I want to make another interface so it looks like there are two machines on the LAN instead of one machine with 2 IP's
I know when I create a VM in VirtualBox, if I used bridged networking it makes the virtual look like an entirely different computer on the network, with it's own IP address and MAC address.
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