Re: Multiple MAC addresses on one NIC
From: Allan Wingenbach (returnto_at_sender.com)
Date: Wed, 12 May 2004 12:46:06 GMT
It has to be MAC address. This is the only method of obtaining an IP from
"Juha Laiho" <Juha.Laiho@iki.fi> wrote in message
> "Allan Wingenbach" <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> >Hello Everyone.
> >My ISP assigns static IP addresses using DHCP (I know - how can they be
> >static when they're assigned? Trust me, there is no other way for us to
> >this.) only to registered MAC addresses and we can only get one IP per
> >address. For reasons that are entirely vaild, we need to assign two
> >Internet IPs to a single NIC.
> Is it MAC address, or will DHCP client identifier do?
> Some DHCP clients allow setting the DHCP client identifier, and thus will
> allow several IPs on a single interface by DHCP (so, on some DHCP servers,
> DHCP client identifier is the key information).
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