Have multiple IP addresses for access to different subnets

If you need to reach hosts on different subnets without a router i between, you can give your NIC multiple IP addresses.

If you need to reach hosts on different subnets without a router in between, you can give your NIC multiple IP...

address.

On the connection, go to Properties. In TCP/IP Properties, click Advanced.

Now your PC will respond to each of those IP addresses.


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