Add multiple IP in WIndows 98

Hi Experts,

I understand that we can add multiple IP address in a network connection.
I can see we can add simply in Windows XP, Vista and WIndows 7 , WIndows 2000..

How about in WIndows 98 and windows 95 ?
When I click on network properties, I can't see the option to add additional IP
How can I add additional IP ?
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bominthuAsked:
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AnuroopsunddCommented:
for doing this you will require to configure in the registry

http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/multiipa.html
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rindiCommented:
W95 and w98 weren't originally built with TCPIP support as main network protocol, it was more for netbeui and netbios in mind, TCPIP came as an afterthought and wasn't perfect. Apart from that it is a far too old OS and support has long since been stopped. I would get rid of such Ancient and immature OS's as soon as possible.
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bominthuAuthor Commented:
Hi Anuroopsundd

That's great. Have you ever added multiple IP in windows 98 by using that way ?
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AnuroopsunddCommented:
i always prefer to have multiple card. but this should work.
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