Multiple Ip's?


Open the Network Control Panel, beside configure there's a pulldown... pulldown "advanced" and there will be a port configuration box.

There should be one there for your current e-net card. Choose "new" and name the configuration. Choose the e-net card you want the IP to respond on.

Once you save, there is now on the 'configure' pulldown menu another option. Set it as you would any other address.



If you need multiple IP's for your network card at the same time you can use ifconfig in terminal.

An example: ifconfig en0 inet alias

that would add as a second ip on device en0

do ifconfig -a to see your devices and a man ifconfig for other options.

If you want it to be that way all the time you need to put the command in the proper rc script.