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Dec 10, 2000, 11:52 PM
 
Is there any way to use 2 IP addresses on a Mac running MacOS 904?

Thanks.

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Dec 11, 2000, 12:19 AM
 
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Dec 11, 2000, 12:51 AM
 
You can hot-swap between multiple IP addresses via the TCP/IP control panel...

But using two IP addresses simultaneously on Mac OS 9 is impossibe, I believe.

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Dec 11, 2000, 05:38 AM
 
The Mac OS, unfortunately, does not have that feature built-in. But you can use Sustainable Softwork's IPNetrouter to bind 2 IP addresses to 1 ethernet card or to assign 2 IP addresses to 2 different Ethernet cards.

It allows you to do a lot of things as well. Among them: IP Masquerading, DHCP server, PPPoE, and more. It's shareware, too.
     
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Dec 11, 2000, 03:01 PM
 
Technically speaking, OS 9.04 CAN have more than 1 IP address, just they all have to be 'bound' to the same ethernet adapter. So, as long as all of the addresses that you need are on the same sub-net, you're fine. It's called 'single-link multihoming' and is used a lot in web server type situations.

For 'multi-link' multihoming, you need more than one adapter AND a program like IPNet Router.

See TIL article.

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[This message has been edited by mjpaci (edited 12-11-2000).]
     
   
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