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Ethernet Card with two IP addresses.

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I want to give two IP addresses to one Ethernet card in NT Server.
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by:Epsylon
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I don't think you can....
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This is possible, go to network in control panel, goto protocolls, goto tcp/ip properties, specify you first ip and click advanced and add you second one.
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by:hiandras
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I've done that, and I could also ping both IP addresses from two different workstation's, but I could log into the domain only from the first one. What was the problem?
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by:cjwik
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well what is the ip of the adress, submask, etc...
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by:carmine
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NetBIOS will only use the first IP address listed under any one adapter.
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by:hiandras
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carmine,
That can be a problem, but now it seems we have some different problems with a router as well. We have to find out what's wrong, I let you know what happened.
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by:hiandras
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We wanted to set up a DHCP server, with two scopes (one for each IP address) on one lan segment. We had all sort of problems. (Loggign in was one ot them.)
The project was not mine, my collegue dealt with it. In the end, he got a bigger range of available IP addresses, so one IP address and one scope was enough.

cjwik,
thanks for the answer. You did answer my question, I should have described the situation better.

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