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Make several ip addresses per one physical interface on Mac OS


How to make several ip addresses per one physical interface on Mac OS?
I know, it's possible to do on FreeBSD, and I wonders, whether it's possible to do such thing in Mac OS?

Thank you
Nusrat Nuriyev
Nusrat Nuriyev
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From http://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/910/adding-a-second-ip-address-to-an-existing-network-adapter
Open the System Preferences, go to Networking, then click the Plus sign under the left bar. Choose the interface, give a name to the adapter configuration you're creating, then press OK and deal with it as you would like to. Click Apply when you're done, and enjoy. Your adapter now has two IP addresses.
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