Use the ROUTE PRINT command on the machine in question to make sure that the second IP address has a way to get to the rest of the network. If not, you may need to manually create a route between the second IP address and its default gateway, for example. For that matter, make sure that the second IP address has all gateway and DNS server information configured, as it will not automatically grab this information from the first IP address.
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