As far as I can remember, you can only have one IP address per
interface, i.e. one for each NIC and/or concurrent Dial-Up Networking
session when using Win 95. In Win NT, you can assign as many IP
addresses to an interface as you want by going into the Advanced TCP/IP
configuration and entering them into the appropriate boxes.
Theoretically, you could have multiple Web servers, mail servers, etc.
on the same box, all with different IP addresses. The only thing you
can't do is have multiple host names on the same box.
>From: Gaddy Gumbao[SMTP:succesor @
>Sent: Sunday, December 15, 1996 1:18 AM
>To: okorf @
com; firewalls @
>Subject: Re: NT/95 + usage of IP addresses
> How can I configure NT or WIN95 w/ 2 IP address
>in a one ethernet card or a two ethernet card in a same pc.