Date: Thu, 25 Aug 2005 13:02:00 +0200
"James Knott" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Damir Gali wrote:
>> how can I assign more than 1 ip to other computers. I want to assign ips
>> that are in different subnets for example: 10.38.111.111 and 192.168.0.11
>> dhcpd will choose only the one to which network is computer booting.
> You either assign an address to an interface or you use dhcp, not both.
> As for adding more addresses to a NIC, you can use ifconfig.
no, I am talking about clients connecting to computer with linux. I am using
dhcpd to assign ips to those computers which use automatic settings. so is
it possible to assign more than 1 ip to 1 computer which is connecting to
the computer with linux?
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