Assigning IP Addresses beyond 5 limit

SysAdmin ( )
Wed, 26 Mar 1997 13:56:44 -0700

To All,

It is my understanding that although there is a
limit to the number (5) of IP addresses which
can be assigned to a single NIC on an Internet
Server, there is an endrun to this limitation
by the manual addition of addresses in order
to accomodate additional Virtual domains on
a server.

A blow by blow description of how this is accomplished
on NT 3.51 would be very helpful and very much appreciated.

Also, is there any known downside to using this method instead
of installing another NIC.

Thanks in advance.


System Administrator
OnLine Systems Development, inc.
127 West Main #104
Hamilton, Montana 59840
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