|Nov 6, 2006, 06:36 PM||#1|
Setting up multiple IP addresses on a single network adapter
I was wondering if there is a method to assign multiple IP addresses to a single network adapter in OS X. I want to be able to connect to separate computers on different IP ranges at the same time. I found a document describing how to do it for OS X Server, but I can't find anything on plain OS X.
Thanks for your time,
|Nov 6, 2006, 07:28 PM||#2|
Yup. It is fairly easy.
Network Preferences, Built-in Ethernet, New...
Select Built-in Ethernet, give it a name and an IP.
You have selected Built-in Ethernet twice, given it two names and two configurations.
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