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TCP/IP - using Ethernet ,  Airport and Modem simultaneously

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I am using MAC OS 9.2 .  Is there any way to use the TCP/IP simultaneousy with all three interfaces??? To me it appears that binding TCP/IP with one interface disables it with other interfaces.
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Nope, OS 9 doesnt support that. OS X if i understand correctly, does though.
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Do you want to make it as the router?? It can. But need router software for help. 1 is IP NetRouter, but it is a shareware. You can go to http://www.sustworks.com/site/prod_ipr_overview.html    and see its details
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Weed is right, however, I believe you can run TCP/IP on one interface and Appletalk on a different interface.
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