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Assigning multipple IP addresses on a single wireless network adaptor

I want to know how to assign permenently and staticaly multipple ip addresses to single wireless network adaptor. I could do it in advance mode in TCP/IP property window, but the second ip adress never remains there after restarting the machine. Kindly help me.. Thanks

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Re: Assigning multipple IP addresses on a single wireless networ

As far as I know, you cannot do this in windows. In linux it is possible to assign multiple ip adresses to an adapter. Maybe with a modified network driver for windows. May I ask why you want to do this ?

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Re: Assigning multipple IP addresses on a single wireless networ

We have several isolated LANs in sepearte subnets. one group needs two of these subnets in their laptops. I have an idea of playing with subnetmask so as bring both these subnets within the allowed hosts for their PC. I hope I am right. Do you have any other idea please do inform me ..thanks

Zacharia Mathew

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Re: Assigning multipple IP addresses on a single wireless networ

So you have VLANS, and you want to have laptops member of 2 VLANS ?

Is it not better to route between the VLANS and apply ACLs ?

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Re: Assigning multipple IP addresses on a single wireless networ

No VLANs. The LANS what I am talking about wewre never interconnected before. Only some people need them to be used together. Both these LANS will fall within one subnet if I

reduce the subnet mask bits only for this notebook users who need it.

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